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Toothless Woman Arrested After Officers Find Her Dentures Inside Stolen Car: Cops

Lindsey Jean Stanley-McShane was charged with stealing and possessing a stolen vehicle.  (Lake County Sheriff's Dept.) Lindsey Jean Stanley-McShane was charged with stealing and possessing a stolen vehicle. (Lake County Sheriff's Dept.)

A toothless woman has been taken into custody by Florida police after her dentures were found inside a stolen car, authorities said.

Lake County Sheriff’s deputies were responding to reports of a suspicious person trying to break into homes when they encountered 31-year-old Lindsey Jean Stanley-McShane, according to an arrest affidavit.

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"She was barefooted (sic) and didn't have any teeth. She said she did not know where they were," the document said. 

Deputies noticed a nearby car with its doors open and a key in the ignition. A set of dentures and a pair of pink tennis shoes were inside, deputies said. 

McShane "was screaming and talking to herself," but acknowledged both items belonged to her, the affidavit said. 

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The car, a Kia, had been reported stolen in Marion County and had run out of gas, authorities said.

McShane denied stealing the vehicle, saying she had only been a passenger in the car and didn’t know who was behind the wheel, the document said. 

She was taken to a nearby hospital for treatment of a suspected drug overdose, authorities said, and was then transported to the Lake County Jail, where she remains in lieu of $10,000 bail, according to online records.

She is scheduled to be arraigned on Monday.

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