Two Women Arrested for Breaking into Orlando Hotel Room with Baby
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Two Women Arrested for Breaking into Orlando Hotel Room with Baby

Following an alleged break-in this week at a hotel room on International Drive containing a newborn, two ladies have now been placed under arrest.

An arrest document from the Orlando Police Department states that following the events that transpired at the Avanti Palms Resort and Conference Center in Orlando on Thursday, Melody Ritch, 32, and Teisha Pulliam, 36, were taken into custody and charged with the following:

  • Criminal mischief
  • Burglary
  • Deceiving an innkeeper

As per the declaration, the hotel’s general manager was inspecting the premises shortly after 6 p.m. when he observed that a room that was meant to be vacant seemed to be occupied without authorization or payment.

Following her arrest, Melody Ritch was accused of burglary, criminal mischief, and innkeeper fraud. (Image: Orange County Prison)

Police stated the hotel manager discovered an infant in the room along with two women who would subsequently be identified as Pulliam and Ritch.

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The door, whose estimated value is $300, was harmed during the suspected burglary. Furthermore, according to the police, a night’s stay at the hotel costs close to $130, and cleaning the room will cost an additional $24.

Following her arrest, Teisha Pulliam was accused of burglary, criminal mischief, and innkeeper fraud. (Image: Jail in Orange County) As of right now, it’s still unknown how or why the women reportedly broke into the hotel room.

Without posting a bond, Pulliam and Ritch are still being held at the Orange County Jail. At this point, no information on the baby was made public.

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