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Crime: West Virginia man accused of entering woman's home while she slept, stealing her car

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BOONE COUNTY, WV (WOWK)-A man was arrested in Boone County after deputies say he stole a car.

West Virginia man accused of entering woman's home while she slept, stealing her car © Provided by WOWK Charleston West Virginia man accused of entering woman's home while she slept, stealing her car

According to a criminal complaint, a woman reported that someone walked into her home while she was sleeping and then drove away in her car.

The complaint says that a witness followed the suspect, 42-year-old Joshua Gunnoe, in his own car, and Gunnoe stopped at the 23000 block of Spruce River Rd., got out of the stolen car, and asked the witness for a ride.

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The witness told deputies he drove Gunnoe back to the scene of the crime to wait for law enforcement.

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Joshua Gunnoe was arrested and charged with entering without breaking and larceny of an automobile.

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