Sunday November 29th, 2015 4:22PM

Suspect arrested in Winder in multiple entering auto cases

By Katie Crumley
WINDER - A woman who admitted to being responsible for as many as 12 entering auto cases is now in custody after she was detained by one of her victims Thursday night outside the YMCA in Winder.

Winder Police said the victim was attempting to leave the facility when he noticed an iPhone that did not belong to him in his car.

They said when the man went to turn the phone in to the front desk at the Y, his wife called him from their car and stated that a number of items were missing from the vehicle.

Police said that's when the suspect, Raemonda Inscho, ran into the YMCA to retrieve her phone but was detained by the suspect until authorities arrived and discovered a large number of stolen items in her possession. She's currently being held in the Barrow County Jail.

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