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Waco-area ORC Gang of Four arrested in Corsicana, Tx. hitting Harvie's for possibly over two years. A shoplifting attempt by a Waco-area group has resulted in four arrests for organized criminal activity, according to Corsicana Police detectives. The investigation was launched when employees of Harvie’s in downtown Corsicana chased down one of the suspects, who was dropping fake gems, adorable shoes, and a decorated purse in a trail behind her after having been discovered stealing. On Friday, Oct. 28, two white females went into Harvie’s, 112 E. Fifth Ave., and stole an estimated $1,000 worth of jewelry, purses and shoes. One white man served as "look-out" for the gang, while a second white male drove the getaway vehicle, according to the case being reconstructed by police officers. The plan backfired when one of the women got locked inside the store when it closed.

Employees realized when they let her out of the store that she was concealing merchandise in her purse and wearing a pair of their shoes, as well, according to a press release from the police department. "Employees gave chase, but the suspect escaped. However, the suspect did drop the stolen jewelry, purse and shoes she had stolen totaling over $500." The suspects were identified by evidence left at the scene, according to Det. Jason Grant. Grant said some of the merchandise recovered in the arrests hadn’t been sold locally for about two years, indicating the group may have been operating for some time. One of the women, Lacie Dorman, 18, was arrested on Nov. 4 in Corsicana, and more property was recovered at that time. Both the men were supposed to turn themselves in, but when they didn’t make their appointment, Texas Ranger Jim Hatfield of McClennan County located the other three suspects on Thursday of last week and arrested them. Taken into custody were Crystal Teakell, 29; Justin Garrett, 26, and Dorman, all who are Waco residents; and Valley Mills resident Daniel Dible, 28. Dorman was arraigned by Navarro County Justice of the Peace Jackie Freeman, who set bond at $1,500. The other three suspects were arraigned in McClennan County by the county magistrate, Judge Raymond Britton, who set their bonds at $25,000 each for engaging in organized criminal activity. (source

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