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A New York professor has been arrested after she was caught on camera ripping off then stealing two pro-Republican signs perched on a stranger's front lawn.
Laura Ebert, a 54-year-old lecturer at State University of New York (SUNY) at New Paltz, was caught on Rosendale's home's security camera swiping the signs endorsing Republican Rep. John Faso and GOP gubernatorial candidate Marc Molinaro.
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Video of her theft on October 30 shows Ebert driving up to the house and rolling slightly onto their front lawn in her red pick-up truck with the trunk open.
In the clip Ebert seems determined as she charges towards the two signs, rips them from their post, and throws them into her open trunk.
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After the signs went missing homeowners Patrick and Lisa McGovern checked their security camera footage and brought it to police.
Ebert has been charged with misdemeanor larceny for her anti-conservative stunt by the Rosendale Town Police Department.
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The theft took place in Rosendale, about eight miles from her college.
Lisa McGovern shared the hilarious video on November 1 on Twitter writing: 'My signs for #NY19 @JohnFasoNY and @MarcMolinaro were just stolen from my front lawn.'
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'It's crazy in our area lately. It's never been like this. People are getting over-emotional,' Lisa, a registered Independent, said to Fox News.
But when she found out that the thief was a local professor, she couldn't help but laugh.
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'I kind of thought it was funny in a way, because of the times, you...
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