KY: Woman arrested for theft of $10,000 lawnmower
One person has been arrested after a $10,000 lawnmower was stolen from
London Farm Service, WYMT reports. Police are still searching for another.
According to WYMT, London Police responded to a call early Tuesday morning
that a man and a woman were stealing a John Deere mower. Police found the
stolen mower parked on a trailer at a church nearby. The trailer was hooked
to a truck with Indiana plates.
Police arrested 30-year-old Ashley N.
Russel, of Indianapolis at the scene and stated that she had come to London
with a 40-year-old man who had fled the scene, the station reports. A key
holder from the supply store confirmed the tractor belonged to London Farm
Supply. The retail price of the mower is approximately $10,000.
AZ: Father and sons commit 32 thefts in 13 days at Home Depot, Lowe's stores
Court records show that a Phoenix man and his two sons have been
charged with 32 thefts of over a dozen Home Depot and Lowe's stores
throughout Maricopa County. Police said the trio would take items, such as
cordless drill kits, chainsaws, weed trimmers, paint sprayers and Dyson
vacuums from the stores and get away in a gray Jeep Cherokee.
days from March until June, they committed 32 thefts of 12 different Homes
Depot stores, plus various Lowe's stores. The value of the items stolen was
nearly $8,000, from which they got about $6,000 by selling or pawning the
Manuel and Christian are facing 32 counts of theft and
15 counts of trafficking in stolen property. Manuel's other son is in the
juvenile court process at this time.
Wilton, NY: Man charged
with felony after shoplifting
A Glens Falls
man was charged with felony grand larceny after he allegedly tried to steal
more than $1,000 worth of items from the Wal-Mart store on Old Gick Road,
police records show. Christopher H. Martindale, 37, was arrested Friday
afternoon by state troopers from the Wilton station, according to the State
Police public information website. He was released pending prosecution in
Wilton Town Court.
County, SC: Cameras catch two men shoplifting $2,000 in merchandise from
Cameras at a department store
caught two men stealing thousands of dollars worth of clothes, and deputies
are asking for the public's help in identifying the shoplifters. Two unknown
suspects walked into Macy's around 8 p.m. June 7 and stole various clothing
items, according to a news release from the Richland County Sheriff's
Department. Sheriff Leon Lott said the suspects stole about $2,000 worth of
merchandise from the business before fleeing the scene in an SUV.
Surveillance cameras were able to capture video and images of the suspects.
NC: Police Seek Mall Jewelry Story Theft Suspect
Asheville police ask for help in identifying a jewelry theft suspect. Police
seek the public's assistance in identifying the male seen in the composite
photo above. The suspect entered Reeds Jewelers at the Asheville Mall at
approximately 5:55 p.m. on Monday, June 13, 2016. A store clerk showed him
two pieces of jewelry, and he grabbed both of the items and fled the store
IN: Police say couple's store thefts fund heroin use
A Muncie man allegedly admitted to city police Tuesday that he and a female
friend have been stealing merchandise from local stores to raise money for
heroin. According to an affidavit, surveillance cameras in recent weeks
captured images of Cranmer and Engle as they stole items from a Walmart
store. One video allegedly shows Engle entering the store shortly before 11
p.m. on May 22, placing a Ninja coffee maker - valued at $159.43 - in a
shopping cart and leaving through an emergency exit without paying. Footage
also reportedly shows her loading the coffee maker into a white Jeep
Cherokee outside the store. Authorities said both Cranmer and Engle went to
the store about 8:45 a.m. on April 27, placed two flat screen televisions -
valued at $423.72 - into a shopping cart and left the store without paying.
They were seen leaving in a white Jeep Cherokee, the document said.
After he and Engle were arrested Tuesday afternoon - at the same Walmart
store - Cranmer allegedly told investigator Ryan Winningham that "he and Abby
steal from Walmart and trade the merchandise for heroin and food."
Biloxi, MS: Police search for 2 women
accused of shoplifting more than $1,000 worth of items at Edgewater Mall
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