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Lagrange Township, OH — Larry Moore, 18, reportedly admitted to Grafton police Monday that he is the responsible for a string of recent area burglaries.  This after his father found jewelry in his son’s bedroom and notified police.

Under questioning from deputies, Moore admitted to a single burglary where the jewelry was taken.  A search of the suspect’s room in his father’s home yielded no other items of interest.

According to reports, deputies then went to check his room at his mother’s home.  It was then that Moore reportedly admitted to breaking into two other homes.

After the admission, deputies searching the room at Moore’s mother’s house found a duffel bag containing 66 pairs of filched panties.

The panties were traced back to two victims of the burglaries – both 17-year-old girls.  One burglary victim said 32 of the pairs were hers, while the other victim claimed the remaining 34 pairs.

Moore was charged with three counts of burglary, three counts of theft and two counts of criminal damaging.

The point of all of this is obvious…  Just how many damn pairs of underwear does the average 17-year-old girl own?!?

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