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Women accused of stealing MacBook laptop from man who refused to pay for sex, police say

April 26, 2011 |  7:56 am

Two San Diego women were arrested Sunday on suspicion of stealing a laptop from a man who allegedly refused to pay one of them for sex at a motel, police said.

Sauceray Boyd, 21, and Kandalaria Freeman, 19, were arrested on suspicion of burglary and grand theft after police found the $2,800 MacBook in Freeman’s pink suitcase, according to police reports.

The pair had been staying at the Glen Capri Inn.

A man who had been staying at the motel for about a month notified police that his laptop had been stolen from his room while he was at church, according to police reports.

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