Wantagh woman accused of stealing from cars

According to police, Jacqueline Sheridan is accused of taking a car from a Wantagh home and will be arraigned today. According to police, Jacqueline Sheridan is accused of taking a car from a Wantagh home and will be arraigned today.
WANTAGH -

Police say a Wantagh woman was found sleeping in a car filled with stolen items from half a dozen car thefts.

According to police, Jacqueline Sheridan is also accused of taking a car from a Wantagh home.

Police say they found Sheridan early yesterday morning on Plainview Road and Felicia Court in Plainview.

Investigators say inside the car she had property that was stolen from cars in Seaford and Bethpage.

Sheridan is charged with unauthorized use of a vehicle and six counts of criminal possession of stolen property.

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