By: Toni Anthony
Private Officer News Network
Juan J. Rivera, 29, of 230 E. Second St., Apt. 5, Jamestown; Adeline M. Rodriguez, 18, of 230 E. Second St., Apt. 5, Jamestown, and Carmen M. Rodriguez, 23, of 230 E. Second St., Apt. 5, Jamestown, were charged with one count each of petit larceny. They were charged and released to appear in Ellicott Town Court later.
Krista A. Giacona, 20, 831 Ashville Drive, Slidell, theft under $300 by shoplifting and possession of marijuana.
Emily M. Shockey, 19, 2119 Pine St., New Orleans, theft under $300 by shoplifting.
SIERRA VISTA AZ
douglasdispatch.com — Two Douglas men are accused of shoplifting after they were caught with merchandise from four area stores in their car on Friday.
Brandon M. Arevalo, 23, and Joseph G. Arvizu, 19, both of Douglas, allegedly stole a digital camera from Walmart in Sierra Vista around 12:30 p.m. by cutting the cable securing the item and then fled the scene with the camera, according to a Sierra Vista Police report.
Police spokeswoman Officer Tracy Grady said the two men returned to the store around 2 p.m. and were watched by security personnel who saw Arevalo and Arvizu allegedly attempt to steal two flat screen televisions. Their attempt to take the TVs “out through the garden center part of the store was unsuccessful,” Grady said.
The two suspects then went to their car and were driving out of the parking lot when they were stopped by Sierra Vista police, she said.
It was then the “plain sight doctrine,” came into play, the spokeswoman said.
Articles seen with in a person’s sight can be used to help build a case if a crime is suspected and other merchandise is seen, Grady said.
The items from three different stores at the Mall at Sierra Vista that were in the car also were reportedly shoplifted, she said, adding that during the search of the vehicle a concealed weapon was found
Dillard’s, Famous Footwear and Spencer Gifts were the three mall stores involved.
The two have been charged with shoplifting, attempted shoplifting and carrying a concealed firearm, Grady said.
Arevalo and Arvizu were taken to the Cochise County Jail facility in Sierra Vista where on Monday they were each being held on a $4,000 bond.
Sasha L. Green, 21, of Walnut Manor Apartments, was charged Sunday with shoplifting at Acme on South Main Road. She also was processed on two unrelated warrants. Green was transported to the Cumberland County Jail, where she was held in lieu of bail.
A Midlothian man was accused of shoplifting at Chicago Ridge Mall after he fell from a ceiling while trying to hide, police said.
Laroy Getz, 29, of the 14300 block of South Kolin Avenue was charged with resisting arrest and retail theft in the March 4 incident, police said.
After he was spotted allegedly shoplifting at the mall, police said, Getz allegedly ran inside a nearby business where he removed several tiles from a ceiling and climbed up, before falling onto the floor, police said.
Rosario Scalici, 39, of Rockaway was charged with shoplifting a $100 Bluetooth at Costco in the Bridgewater Promenade.
Samar G. Zahalan, 25, of Newark was charged with shoplifting at Macy’s in Bridgewater Commons mall. A store security officer saw Zahalan place a $50 sweat shirt in her purse and leave the store, police said.
FRAMINGHAM MA – An Arthur Street woman was charged with shoplifting at the local Stop & Shop on Friday afternoon.
Patricia Acosta-Depinho, 26, of 204 Arthur St., was charged with shoplifting at the store around 12:35 p.m., police said
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Oak Lawn IL
Retail Theft- Lauren Green, 11929 Stewart Ave., Chicago, was charged with retail theft after store personnel at Kmart, 4101 W. 95th St., spotted her stealing a pair of shoes and socks from the store March 12, police said.