A phone call telling Tamona Johnson her home had been burgled sent her into a state of panic.
She's a single mother of three.
"It was around when school was letting out," said Johnson.
Quickly that feeling was replaced by another when she saw her home for the first time.
"You feel so violated," said Johnson.
A few minutes later, her feelings changed for a third time when she learned another fact. The three suspects had been arrested. This time she felt a feeling of relief.
The teens were 18 year-old Daye-Quan Johnson, Kunta Plunkett, and Koreon Thomas.
A police report explains how police got on scene so fast, allowing them to make the arrest: a neighbor saw the boys from his window and called 911.
This fact makes Johnson happy she lives in the neighborhood. And she jokes, "They are definitely on the Christmas list as long as we live in this neighborhood."
All 3 suspects were booked on burglary charges.
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