Who told Los Angeles police detectives that Rachel Jungeon Lee spearheaded the break-ins?
By KEN RITTER and THOMAS WATKINS Associated Press Writer LAS VEGAS (AP) – A 19-year-old woman was the driving force behind a youthful burglary ring that preyed on Hollywood’s rich and famous, often brazenly walking into unlocked homes to make off with cash, jewels and family heirlooms, authorities said. A suspect turned informant, Nicholas Prugo, told Los Angeles police detectives that Rachel Jungeon Lee spearheaded the break-ins, motivated by a desire to own the designer clothes and jewelry of such celebrities as Lindsay Lohan and Paris Hilton, according to a Las Vegas police search warrant obtained by The Associated Press on Friday. Prugo, 18, told police Lee would suggest a target, then Prugo would trawl the Internet for information about where they lived and when they would be away from home. Las Vegas police were involved because Lee lives there. Officials said Lee was booked on a charge of possession of stolen property and released after posting $3,000 bail. Prosecutors in Los An