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Man arrested, charged with attempted burglary

Picket was charged with attempted burglary after a Sunday morning incident. Picket was charged with attempted burglary after a Sunday morning incident.
HUNTSVILLE, AL (WAFF) -

Huntsville police charged a man in connection with an attempted burglary that happened around 8:30 a.m. Sunday.

The victim told police that she heard someone knocking at the front door of her home on Paden Drive; a short time later, she said she heard someone trying to open her rear sliding door.

Upon arrival, officers said the offender, identified as Gabrionne Pickett, 20, attempted to flee, but officers were able to put him in custody. Pickett was arrested and charged with attempted burglary.

No entry was made to the home and nothing was taken.

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