by Marci PiltzReporterRavenna -- A 20-year-old Streetsboro woman has pleaded guilty to burglarizing her parents' home and trading the stolen goods for heroin.Shawna Libengood of Wellman Road pleaded guilty Friday to one count of attempted burglary, a third-degree felony, before Judge John Enlow in Portage County Common Pleas Court.According to County Prosecutor Victor Vigluicci, Streetsboro police were called to a report of a burglary at a mobile home park on July 6.Upon their arrival, he said police were told that one of the victims had arrived home shortly after midnight and found her mobile home had been broken into. She also reported several pieces of electrical equipment had been taken.Vigluicci said police interviewed a neighbor who reported seeing the daughter of the victim -- Libengood -- carrying two air conditioning units out of the home and leaving the scene in a truck with an unknown male subject.While at the scene of the burglary, Libengood and a male showed up, Vigluicci said. The male was found to have a warrant and was arrested while police questioned Libengood about the missing items. Libengood denied involve-ment, Vigluicci said, and offered to let police look through her home to search for them.Further interviews with Libengood netted a confession, Vigluicci said, with her admitting she had taken the stolen items to Cleveland and traded them for heroin.Libengood is free on a $20,000 personal recognizance bond pending a sentencing hearing, which has not yet been set.Editor's note: Piltz is a reporter for the Record-Courier.E-mail: klahmers@recordpub.comTelephone: 330-296-9657