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Westampton, NJ: Two Home Depot workers are accused of stealing more than $21,000 worth of items from their employer
Levon O. Walters, 33, of Mount Laurel, and Carl A. Jackman, 28, of Evesham, are each charged with theft of movable property in connection with the alleged thefts. Walters and Jackman had been stealing merchandise from the store after hours. Over a six-month period, police said, the pair stole more than $1,300 worth of items from the Westampton store and more than $20,000 in items from other Home Depot stores in the area. Charges are pending in several other towns in Burlington and Mercer counties.

Barnstable, MA: Couple charged with stealing TVs from multiple Kohl's stores
A couple is charged with a series of thefts from several department stores. Nicola T. Dixon, 41, pleaded not guilty in Court Wednesday to three counts of larceny and one count of conspiracy in connection with a series of thefts. Dixon was initially also charged with organizing a retail crime, but that count was dismissed before her arraignment. Investigators believe Dixon schemed with her boyfriend Trenard Jackson, to drive away with merchandise Jackson allegedly carried out of the rear fire exit of Kohl's. During one alleged theft, surveillance video shows a man picking up two 32-inch TVs valued at $330 each on June 6 and carrying them out the rear fire door of the store. On June 19 the man returned to the store with a woman and carried a 50-inch Samsung TV valued at $900 out the rear fire door. The two continued their spree at the Kohl's in Pembroke on July 1; a man went out the fire door with another $900 TV as well as two tablets and a camcorder stuffed in a backpack he had just ripped the tags off. Pembroke police stopped the vehicle and recovered the items allegedly stolen from the Pembroke Kohl's, as well as a 42-inch TV the couple admitted to taking a Target Department Store in Boston.

Cumming, GA: Belk Loss Prevention Officer dragged 150 feet
by theft suspect's vehicle

A woman is wanted in connection with a shoplifting incident in Cumming in which a store employee was dragged by her vehicle as he attempted to stop her escape. The suspect has a felony warrant for shoplifting from the Belk on July 11. The suspect was observed inside the store about 6:30 p.m. She went to the back of the store and placed items in previously used Belk shopping bags and began to leave. The LP Officer approached her when a car drove to the front of the store and opened the passenger door for her. The manager was reportedly attempting to block her from getting in the vehicle when the driver began to drive away. He was dragged about 150 feet, according to the report. Items stolen included totaled nearly $2000.

College Station, TX: Man charged with theft of $740 of perfume from JC Penney in the Post Oak Mall

Riverdale Man steals 2 Chandeliers, ceiling fan and a blender from Home Depot: threatened Loss Prevention with a knife

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