Thieves steal entire driveway from woman's home

Anthony Jones 
By: Hydar Tomar 

(Scroll down for video) One day, a woman came home from work only to find that her entire driveway was stolen by thieves, according to press reports.

Rachel McCarty, 40, told investigators that when she arrived home after work in Reddick, Florida, around 6:00 p.m., she felt a strange bump, according to press reports.

"I realized that there is definitely something missing in my peripheral vision," she said. The 200 paving bricks that had been previously used to make up her driveway was gone.

"I thought it was very bold, brash and annoying," she said. One of McCarty's neighbors said that she saw two men digging in her driveway, but did not think they were committing a crime.

"She thought it was people who worked for us and were cleaning up," McCarty said.

One night, the neighbor quickly called police officers, and said that the two men had returned and were taking more bricks.

Anthony Jones, 49, was arrested in connection with the latest brick robbing incident, but police have not confirmed their participation in the first incident.

"People will steal anything," McCarty said.