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Faucets and power tools lands a Staten Island Home Depot thief in jail. Domingo Vidal didn’t have the greatest plan, simply placed the items into a cart and walked out the front door. Vidal was observed the first time on October 3rd leaving with faucets he failed to pay for, but was able to get away. On October 11th, Vidal loaded the shopping cart again. This week Vidal was arrested and charged with two counts of fourth degree grand larceny and fifth degree criminal possession. (Source

Two JC Penney associates confess to stealing over $5000 in merchandise in Monroe, Louisiana. Keenan Jackson confesses to scheme to steal clothes with help of a fellow JC Penney employee at the Pecanland Mall. Both men are now charged with felony theft, reportedly stealing by under ringing sales and voiding transaction. (Source

Piercing Pagoda employee steals from her store, sells merchandise to another store in the same mall
. Charlotte County Sheriff's detectives arrested a 20-year-old North Port woman on 17 felony charges after she allegedly stole $4,306 jewelry from her employer, The Piercing Pagoda in Town Center Mall. Alexandrea Lia McArthur, 8269 San Jacinto Ave., reportedly sold the jewelry to a gold-buying shop in the same mall and a North Port pawn shop. Detectives obtained eight separate transactions with McArthur's Florida driver's license and thumb print from Gold Pros. McArthur was arrested on eight counts of dealing in stolen property, eight counts of false verification of ownership and one charge of grand theft. She was jailed on $67,500 bond. (Source

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O’Reilly Auto Parts Store employee busted, stole $11,000 over last two years. Jenifer Hauser of Iowa City admitted that she processed over $11,000 in fraudulent returns to her personal credit card. Hauser now faces first degree felony theft charges; she had a prior record for assault, felony robbery and at least two other minor theft convictions. (Source


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