​Cleaning Fairy Leaves Bill For Services

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June 1, 2012

Cleaning Fairy – A lady calling herself a fairy has broken into many homes in Ohio just to clean them. The woman was identified as 53-year-old Susan Warren of Elyria, Ohio, after she left a bill behind at the Bush’s residence on May 22nd asking for money to be sent to her for the work she had done while they slept.

She would leave a bill for her services without stealing anything, but police finally caught up with her.

“The woman (Sherry Bush) got up, came downstairs, noticed things moved around, and also found a note written on a napkin that said, ‘I cleaned your house. Please send $75, name, and address,'” Westlake Police Department Capt. Guy Turner told the local Fox news station. “Some of the coffee cups had been washed, and the vacuum had been taken out. A few other things, like cleaning supplies that were out of place. Then of course, the most startling thing, the note written in a very unbusinesslike fashion.”

Mrs. Bush explained that she was stunned and they first though perhaps the cleaning lady had been sent to the wrong house by a cleaning company and called the number she left on the bill.

“I said, what happened, did you get the wrong house? She said, ‘No, I do this all the time.’ I said, What do you mean? She said, ‘I just stop and clean your house,” Sherry explained to NBC-2.com.

Another resident claims that Warren had been their house cleaner until he fired her, but she ignored that fact, leaving a note on the counter saying she would be back in two weeks. When she returned and tried to gain entrance into the home the owner said to her he remembers telling her he no longer needed her services. He claims even after that Warren has still returned several times to try and clean the home.

Authorities had connected Warren to several other similar incidents in the area and were looking to charge her with burglary.