Co, MI: Woman apologizes for thefts at 7 stores in Tanger Outlet |
A woman apologized Thursday for stealing merchandise from multiple stores at a
Howell Township outlet mall while promising to be a better mother to her four
children. The Judge acknowledged Jessica Lynn Spinks' apology, but he said her
behavior is deserving of prison and sentenced the 28-year-old mother of four to
one year to five years for three counts of first-degree retail fraud. Police
alleged Spinks, and co-defendant Thaddeus Morgan Jr., drove to the Tanger Outlet
Center where they entered at least seven stores and stole merchandise. Spinks
was carrying a foil lined bag and gave a false name to police when she was
arrested. Morgan was sentenced to 18 months to 10 years in prison.
San Antonio, TX: Former employee steals $40K from James Avery jewelry store
A former James Avery jewelry store employee was arrested for allegedly stealing
$40,000 worth of merchandise from a South Side store over the last 10 months.
San Antonio police arrested Guillermo Mora, 25, without incident Wednesday.
Police said after Mora stole the jewelry, he would turn around and sell it to
pawn shops or individuals.
White Plains, NY: NY State Police seeking to ID 2 females in $3,000 Theft
The two women used a stolen credit card to purchase more than $3,000 in
merchandise from the Apple Store at The Westchester shopping malli in White
Dothan, AL: KFC Employee charged with theft of $1,750
According to a Dothan police statement, Billy Joe Danzey, 46, was arrested and
charged with felony second-degree theft of property. The statement said the
charge stemmed from an investigation into an internal theft at a local business.
South Windsor, CT: Shoplifting Suspect Stole $1,600 Worth of Items; baby
monitors, fragrances, headphones and watches
Police arrested Daryl Beaufort, 46, of 15 Goodrich St., Wednesday at Manchester
Superior Court on an arrest warrant. He was charged with fourth-degree larceny
and fifth-degree larceny.
Springfield, MA: A woman charged with shoplifting $603 worth of merchandise from
Marshalls last week allegedly ripped off the department store three times in
September, according to court records