Articles Tagged with grand theft

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Three people in Florida were charged for their alleged participation in robbing more than $750 worth of merchandise from a Tommy Hilfiger store.

On the evening of August 27, two women went into a Tommy Hilfiger store in Orlando.

According to the employees, the pair used shopping bags from the store to hold the items they took from the shelves. The women reportedly “began selecting clothes without checking for sizes.”

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A man who allegedly robbed an Orange County pizza parlor interrupted his thievery to prepare a pizza for himself before using a company car as a getaway vehicle.

On November 8, Big Slice Pizza on Harbor Boulevard in Fullerton, California, reportedly had someone break into the establishment and steal money, electronics, and a delivery vehicle.

While the alleged burglar was in the establishment, they reportedly decided to create, cook, and help themselves to a free pizza before taking off in the car.

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The police have charged two men who allegedly took part in stealing a boat from a private residence in Florida while Hurricane Sally was impacting the area.

On October 2, the owner of a 13-foot Boston Whaler notified the Santa Rosa County Sheriff’s Office to let them know that his boat was not where he left it and he suspected it had been stolen.

The man said that his vessel was stuck in the water in an area near his home after it was flooded during Hurricane Sally when it went missing.

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37-year-old Kimberly Victoria Diggins lives in Port Charlotte, and used to work for Brightstar Care: In-Home Care & Medical Staffing Agency as a health aide.

On September 2, Diggins was reportedly in charge of taking care of a woman with stage 4 pancreatic cancer when the patient’s regular aide was unable to work her shift at the last minute.

Beginning at midnight, and for a period of approximately 11-hours, Diggins reportedly stayed at the residence to provide care for the woman. The patient and her spouse slept through the night while Diggins was at their home.

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The 69-year-old boyfriend of a Florida woman was allegedly assaulted by his partner after denying her request for oral sexual gratification.

46-year-old Katanya Jordan and her boyfriend have been together for quite a while, and the pair lives together with a roommate in Largo, Florida.

In the early morning hours on October 11, Jordan and her beau reportedly got into a verbal altercation due to his disapproval of her alleged use of crack cocaine.

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A Florida woman was accused of trying to sell stolen jewelry to several establishments, including a ring reportedly brought back to the jewelry store from which it had allegedly been stolen.

47-year-old Alice Laverne Henry lives in Lake Wales, Florida.

On the morning of September 28, Henry reportedly went to Griner’s Jewelry Store in Winter Haven with a ring in hand and reportedly tried to sell the piece of jewelry to the shop.

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A Mariposa woman has been accused of taking more than $10,000 in donations by allegedly claiming she had stage 2 cancer and needed assistance over a period of 6-years.

Kellie Walker is a 28-year-old who currently resides in New Mexico.

In 2014, Walker allegedly began informing her family and friends that she had been diagnosed with stage 2 ovarian cancer and that she would need to undergo treatment that she was unable to afford.

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When a Largo man allegedly stole a pricey boat from a dealership, he reportedly left the vessel after crashing into a group of pilings.

Last Saturday around 2:00 am, the theft of a 2019 Jeanneau Leader boat with a value of $90,000 was reportedly robbed from the Thunder Marine boat dealership in St. Petersburg.

After the suspect left the shore with the boat, the alleged voyage took a turn for the worse as the vessel was navigated in a way that caused it to smash into four wooden channel-marker pilings.

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A Florida man is facing many charges due to his reportedly criminal behavior toward the police after they responded to a situation where he allegedly threatened to kill his mother using a butter knife.

46-year-old Brent Smith and his mother reside together in DeLand, Florida.

Last Saturday evening, Smith allegedly returned home while intoxicated and became confrontational with his mom. During the dispute he allegedly pushed her around and threatened her life, stating that a butter knife was his weapon of choice as he reportedly held it in his hand.

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Two men in Florida allegedly pulled a heist at a CVS store using the threat that they have COVID-19 as their purported weapon of choice when confronting the workers.

Last Tuesday afternoon, employees at the Coconut Creek CVS notified the authorities and said that they had been robbed by two men who claimed they currently have the novel coronavirus.

While speaking with the police, the workers said that they believed the men had been driving a white van and that they had stolen many bottles of detergent, in addition to two 12-packs of Corona beer. They also offered what they believed was the license plate number on the van to the authorities.

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