Valdosta police arrested Appolonia Monique Bowen, 20, on the 1400 block of North Lee Street for charges of shoplifting and interference of an officer, according to reports.
GRAND JUNCTION CO
Maria Castro, 54, was arrested and released on a summons for shoplifting at 2545 Rimrock Ave., Grand Junction, CO. (RICE 02-6) April 26 1912 Hours Adam Area
Frank R. Hickson, age 39, was arrested and released on summons for theft by shoplifting causing the business a loss of less than $500.00 at 2881 North Ave Grand Junction, CO.
Albert M. Carrera, age 22, was arrested and released on summons for possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, and theft by shoplifting causing the business a loss of less than $500.00 at 200 Rood Ave Grand Junction, CO. (BALDOZIER 07-13) April 28 1156 Hours David Area
OAKLAND PARK IL
Ali Yousef, 26, 17758 65th Court, Tinley Park, was charged with retail theft after he put on a new pair of Nike gym shoes April 15 and left the J.C. Penney store in Orland Square mall, police said
Lisa Hodge, 42, of Joliet, was charged with retail theft after she stole clothing and household items valued at $1,576 on April 17 from Kohl’s in Orland Park Place mall, police said
Britteny McDavid, 20, 20031 Juniper Ave., Lynwood, was charged with retail theft after she stole a blouse and jeans April 20 from Macy’s in Orland Square mall, police said.
Christiana James, 22, 22997 Kristine Lane, Richton Park, was charged with retail theft after she stole clothing April 23 from Macy’s in Orland Square mall, police said.
Police arrested Katie Eileen Sterling, 19, of Show Low on misdemeanor shoplifting charges at Kmart. Police said after searching Sterling, they found $105.94 in store merchandise she had allegedly concealed and left the store without paying for. Police said Sterling was booked and held on the misdemeanor shoplifting charges
FRAMINGHAM MA- A Worcester man was arrested Wednesday at 4:32 p.m. after police said he shoplifted at Wal-Mart.
Richard DiRenzo, 41, of 5 Giusto St., was charged with shoplifting of property worth more than $100, a third offense, police said.
DiRenzo also had an Oxford District Court warrant that charged him with larceny of property worth more $250, shoplifting and conspiracy to commit a crime, police said. DiRenzo had a second Oxford warrant that charged him with larceny of property worth more than $100.
MARLBOROUGH MA – A Marlborough woman was arrested Wednesday and charged with shoplifting by concealing merchandise, police said.
Tracey D. Gotthardt-Drouin, 34, of 59 Conrad Road, was arrested at Hannaford Supermarket on Boston Post Road West at 7:30 p.m., police said.
MILLVILLE NJ Michelle Yvette Handy, 41, of South 2nd Street was arrested Thursday on a shoplifting warrant. Handy, also known as Michelle Thompson, was jailed on $5,000 bail.
Police are searching for a man who robbed an Evansville Wal-Mart at knife point and got away.
Around 10:30 Friday night store Security guards at the Red Bank Road location, saw a man putting merchandise into his pockets and inside his shirt.
They approached the suspect on his way out of the bathroom and led him to the security office for questioning.
The man threw the merchandise across the table and began fighting with security. He pulled out a box-cutter, pointed the weapon at the guards and backed out of the room.
At some point during the fight, the suspect cut himself with the box-cutter. No one else was injured.
Wal-Mart security cameras have his escape on surveillance.
NATICK MA – A 42-year-old woman was arrested Friday on a shoplifting charge at the Natick Collection, police said.
Michelle Yvette Handyof 43 Beaver St., Apt. 11B, Framingham, was charged with shoplifting goods worth more than $100 and maliciously destroying property worth more than $250, police said. She was arrested at the Hollister clothing store shortly before 4 p.m., police said.
A man was arrested after allegedly shoplifting nearly $1,500 in cloth at Four Seasons Town Centre, according to the Greensboro News & Record.
According to the paper, Gary Van Hammonds, 41, stole $1,500 in clothing from the Belk at Four Seasons. The store’s loss prevention staff stopped the man in the parking lot. When they attempted to escort him back inside the store, he dropped the items and ran to his vehicle.
A Greensboro police officer was in the mall’s parking lot and saw the items on the ground and the suspect running towards a vehicle.
The officer attempted to force Van Hammonds to pull over, but he refused and the officer chased him for a short distance before the driver’s tire blew out near US 220.
Van Hammonds was charged with felony larceny and several other charges related to the chase.
On May 5, Deputy H. Allen responded to JC Penney in California for a report of a theft. Investigation revealed Sherri Lynn Newby, 32, of Avenue, took several items from the store, placed them in a bag, and walked past all points of checkout. Newby was stopped by store security and detained until Deputy Allen arrived. Newby was charged with theft under $500.
Myrtle Beach SC
A Myrtle Beach man was charged with trying to steal DVD movies from Wal-Mart, according to a police report.
Damien Duran, 36, of 2103 Withers Lane, was charged with shoplifting at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday at the store on Seaboard Street, police said.
A store loss prevention employee told police she saw Duran take two DVDs, go into the bathroom and then come out without anything, according to the report. The cases for the movies were found in a toilet and the employee stopped Duran and recovered the items from his pockets.
The DVDs, valued at $48.51, were recovered, according to the report.
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