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Confessed burglar tells investigators pair 'did it for the thrill'
"Shannon advised that she has a terrible drug habit with synthetic marijuana," Kensington Detective Scott Cain wrote in the affidavit.
Terry M. Deschenes, 23, of Seabrook, was ordered held at the Rockingham County jail on $25,000 cash bail for the Kensington charges.
According to the Kensington police affidavit, Reed was initially reluctant to say Deschenes had entered the homes with her.
Reed, who was arrested last week, remains held in Maine on charges related to the spree. She will eventually be returned to New Hampshire to face charges locally.
Reed told police the spree began in Exeter. One of the homes targeted belonged to one of Deschenes' family members. Police said Deschenes used the bathroom and then stole a camera.
During another burglary on Frying Pan Lane in Hampton Falls, Reed told police she smashed a sliding glass door out but "couldn't fit through the smashed door." Deschenes was able to fit through the broken door, but an alarm went off.
She opened a door to the house and stole a Kindle and a laptop before leaving and meeting up with Deschenes near the residence, police said.
When police asked Reed to explain where $7,000 in cash came from that was found inside Deschenes' vehicle, she told police that she earned the money from prostitution, the affidavit said.
Later in the interview, Deschenes said he went into a couple of the homes with Reed to protect her in case someone was home, but he also admitted that he knew he was driving Reed around to burglarize homes, police said.
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