Workers at an upscale leather store in California didn't need a surveillance camera to identify a shoplifter -- they just turned on the local news ... where she works as a reporter.
Sabina Rodriguez, who works for a Fox station in Sacramento, was busted last week when a Coach employee channel-flipped her way onto a report and recognized her as the person responsible for stealing 10 or so wallets from the store. She turned herself in and was charged with grand theft, burglary and conspiracy.
Rodriguez's bosses granted her a leave of absence, and released a statement saying, “These charges relate to a personal situation with Ms. Rodriguez that is not related to her work at FOX40. Sabrina maintains she is innocent of these allegations.” (Raw Story)