ELIZABETHTON, Tenn. - Police say an Elizabethton woman has been charged with breaking into a home and stealing an antique pelvic massager, leaving her wallet behind.
Police said 45-year-old Tamatha R. Blevins of Elizabethton took the "plastic or latex" antique from a home on December 27. She was arrested on Wednesday.
The homeowner told police someone forced open the back door of the house and took the massager, a U.S. Navy SEAL tactical knife and a glass jar containing over $500 in loose paper and coin money.
The homeowner says he found a wallet with Blevins' driver's license and Social Security card inside, along with two credit cards and a check book in Blevins' name.
Blevins is scheduled to appear in Sessions Court on Feb. 14.
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