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Police responded to a 12:32 p.m. complaint at Trucchi’s Supermarket and arrested Scott Coull, 38, no address provided, on a charge of shoplifting.• Jennifer Dumont, 29, of 136 DeWert Ave., Taunton, was arrested at 3:47 p.m. on a charge of shoplifting from Trucchi’s.
Bianca Blanchard, 20, 35 Middleton St., Dorchester, was arrested at 12:26 p.m. on Summer Street and charged with shoplifting by asportation.
Orem Utah A Provo woman was arrested Wednesday after reportedly trying to steal $140 of products from the Orem Wal-Mart. According to an Orem police department press release, 26-year-old Linsey Elaine Carter went through the self-checkout line but did not ring up her full purchase. Carter was detained until police arrived on the scene and discovered she had two warrants out for her arrest. Carter was also found with prescription medication hidden up the sleeve of her coat.
Nicole Bouche, 20, 124 Main St., Saugus, was arrested at 4:04 p.m. on Centre Street and charged with shoplifting by asportation and possession of a Class C drug.
HOUMA LA A 28-year-old man from Houma was arrested after he allegedly tried to leave Wal-Mart wearing new, unpaid clothes.
Calvalet Calloway, 309 East St., was arrested in the Grand Caillou Road Wal-Mart Wednesday. Employees called police at 3:22 a.m., telling officers he’d visited the store for the past three days.Police said they watched as Calloway put on a new pair of $24 shoes and put his old pair in the box. He also put on new pants, leaving his old pair in the changing room, they said.He was arrested and issued a summons for theft of goods by shoplifting
Morris County NJ
Police were called to Target at the outer mall at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 22, to process Jason Vittoria, 20, of Hopatcong, on a shoplifting complaint signed by store security workers alleging he tried to take items worth $492, police said.
•Officers were called to Wal-Mart on Enterprise Drive at 5:30 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 20, to process Diego A. Montoya, 33, of Dover, on a shoplifting complaint signed by store security workers alleging he tried to take items worth $414.64 from the store, police said.
Bartlett woman faces several charges after a shoplifting arrest escalated Monday night. Jessica J. Byant, 38, of 1330 Northgate Drive, has been charged with felony criminal damage to state-supported property, resisting a police officer and retail theft, Bartlett police said in a news release.
Police gave this account: Officers responding to a shoplifting complaint at Bartlett Fresh Market found Bryant in the parking lot of Bartlett Plaza and discovered alcohol and food believed taken from the market in her purse.
After she was arrested and placed in a squad car, she kicked out a back window and attempted to kick officers who moved to subdue her.
Bryant was taken by ambulance to Northwest Community Hospital for psychological evaluation.
A Kingsport man was arrested Thursday after allegedly pulling a knife on a loss prevention officer at the Stone Drive Wal-Mart. The scuffle ended when the man was tackled from behind by a second Wal-Mart employee. According to an incident report filed by the Kingsport Police Department, about 1:30 p.m. a loss prevention officer saw a man hide a store item under his clothes. The man then passed by the checkout aisles without paying. The loss prevention officer approached the suspect in the lobby before he exited the store, identifying himself as Wal-Mart personnel. When the man continued to walk away, the employee put his arm up to try and stop him. According to statements from the loss prevention officer, the suspect pulled his right hand out of his pocket to reveal a knife. He then allegedly swung his right arm in what appeared to be the beginning of a stabbing motion toward the store employee. Another loss prevention officer tackled the man from behind, knocking the knife from his hand. Kingsport police responded to place the suspect under arrest. Joshua Aaron Young, 22, of 1535 Fort Henry Drive, was charged with aggravated assault and public intoxication, as he allegedly admitted drinking a bottle and a half of liquor before the incident. According to the police report, Wal-Mart security charged him with shoplifting.
SHELBY NC – Days after police released information on two suspects wanted for attempted shoplifting, both individuals have been taken into custody.Roger Jimison and Patricia Hambright, of Tack Court, Kings Mountain, were identified by the Cleveland County Sheriff’s Office as the two responsible for trying to steal pharmaceuticals from the D&N Mini Mart on Fallston Road.Capt. Alan Norman, of the sheriff’s office, previously told The Star that the two filled a totebag with merchandise Oct. 17 but a clerk saw them on the store video camera and confronted them. Norman said they then dropped the bag and fled the store, leaving in a 1999 green Saturn station wagon.Jimison turned himself in shortly after The Star’s coverage of the incident. Hambright was taken into custody earlier this week
Conway SC Two Conway women were charged with shoplifting from Wal-Mart, according to a police report.
Tiffany James, 26, and Richetta Sindab, 21, both of 301 El Bethel Road, were charged about 1:15 p.m. Monday after security at the Conway Wal-mart detained them, the report showed.Police said store security saw the women come into the store with two large handbags. The women took children’s hair bows and food before they tried to leave the store without paying, the report showed.
Central Valley NY A Mount Vernon man charged with stealing sunglasses at an outlet store in Woodbury Common turned out to have 25 bags of cocaine ready for sale, according to police.
The suspect Dewayne C. Johnson, 39, was charged with petty larceny, a misdemeanor, and criminal possession of a controlled substance in the third-degree, a felony. He was caught at 4 p.m. Saturday, allegedly stealing a $130 pair of sunglasses from Saks Off Fifth Ave, Woodbury police said.
He was arraigned before Justice Christine Weinberg and sent to Orange County Jail in lieu of $50,000 cash or $100,000 bond. He is due to appear in town court Tuesday.
Jarrard Harris, 31, 147 Glenhill Road, Everett, was arrested at 2:53 p.m. on Broadway Street and charged with shoplifting by asportation.Christopher Cymbola, 20, of Grand Rapids, Ohio, was arrested for shoplifting over $1,700 in merchandise from Meijer. A Playstation system, 16 games, 9 DVDs and CDs, a Nintendo DS, a Playstation Portable accessory and hearing aid batteries were stolen
At approximately 3:43 pm, Officers of the Salisbury Police Department received a call to respond to the Boscovs Department Store at the Centre at Salisbury for the report of a shoplifter. Upon arrival, the officers were advised by store security that store employees had observed the below listed suspect take property from its packaging, then remove it from the store without making payment. The packaging and property was recovered for the store. ARRESTED: Troy Wayne Emore, 29 years of age Seaford, Delaware
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