A mother/son duo have been arrested for stealing from Tucson churches.  Sergeant Kimberly Bay with Tucson Police says 55-year-old Bridget Baker and her son, 29-year-old Andrew Hoke have been targeting Roman Catholic churches in Tucson and

making off with chalices and other items dear to the church.  Police say the two have hit at least three churches in the area and may have stopped a fourth when the two were caught on a security camera from a previous theft.  The video from one theft made the rounds on local television stations that caught the eye of one parishioner who called 9-1-1 after seeing them turn up at church on the east side. The two were apprehended and booked into the Pima County Jail on one count of Trafficking in Stolen Property and three counts of Third Degree Burglary. 

Kris Dugan