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Miley Cyrus' Maserati Stolen by Arizona Duo, Authorities Say

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A duo from Arizona have been charged in Los Angeles for allegedly breaking into the home of Miley Cyrus', and making off with her jewelry and Maserati.

The Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office says 19-year-old Tylor Scott and 21-year-old Naomi Charles have pleaded not guilty to the charges.

Local court records show Scott, a Chandler resident, has multiple warrants for his arrest back in Arizona on charges related to -- you guessed it -- auto theft.

According to the DA in Los Angeles, Scott and Charles burglarized Cyrus' home on May 30, and "stole jewelry, purses and clothes worth thousands of dollars and the Maserati."

Our sister paper in the area, L.A. Weekly, reported on the theft at the time, and stated that the Maserati Quattroporte was recovered in Simi Valley later that day. Cyrus was on tour at the time.

Scott and Charles weren't arrested until later, and Scott was also linked to another L.A.-area burglary, where he stole a handgun, prosecutors say.

They face charges of burglary, grand theft of personal property, grand theft auto, and unlawful driving. Scott's bail was set at $150,000, and Charles' was set at $100,000.

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