Leslie Rone of Lake Brownwood bonded out of jail Monday on a burglary of a habitation charge. Just two days later, the 34-year-old woman was back in jail on another charge of burglary of a habitation as well as theft of a firearm and possession of a controlled substance, sheriff’s officials said.
    Rone remained jailed Thursday in lieu of bonds totaling $135,000, jail records state.
    According to a report by sheriff’s investigator John Harper:
    Harper received a phone call Wednesday morning from a man who had installed a video surveillance system for his home on Waterford Drive at Lake Brownwood.
    The man texted a photo of a woman who’d been at his front door earlier Wednesday morning, and Harper identified the woman as Rone, who lives in the neighborhood.
    The man called Harper a few minutes later, saying the same woman was in his house and was seen on a camera installed inside his home.
    Harper and other investigators drove to the home. The man said he had detained the intruder as she went out the back door, and deputy Byron Langley placed Rone under arrest.
    The video surveillance showed the woman turning lights on and off and moving from room to room. The woman had taken off a military cold-weather issue coat and left it in the back yard, and investigators found prescription medicine bottles in the coat. The bottles contained the names of three individuals.
    Investigators found evidence that several drawers in a bedroom had been ransacked, and a nylon bag that contained shooting equipment and clothing had been placed on a bed.
    A window in the home had been broken and the screen was left leaning against a wall.
    On Sunday, Rone was arrested in an Early home on a burglary charge after the homeowners’ daughter arrived home and found her inside, police said earlier.