A retired teacher's house in Kagman III was burglarized twice and several items were stolen over the weekend.
Angela Wheat, 55, Sunday expressed disappointment with the Department of Public Safety as police officers allegedly responded one hour and a half later after she called for assistance.
Wheat said she is going to file a formal complaint because after she called 911 she was provided a telephone number to contact.
The retired teacher said when she dialed the number, a female police officer hang up the phone on her.
“I'm tired of it. Somebody gonna learn to do their job. They should treat citizens with respect because my tax money is paying their salary. I am not a happy camper,” Wheat said.
The retired teacher said the first burglary happened Saturday midnight but she was busy and away from house.
When they came home Sunday at 4:30pm, she noticed that the house had been burglarized again so she immediately called 911.
Wheat said the responding officers recovered some of the stolen items in an abandoned house located near her residence.
She said the burglar or burglars managed to enter the house through the windows. She opted not to be specific about the windows.
The officers were still investigating the incident as of Sunday night.