Articles Tagged with larceny

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A man in the Florida Keys is facing several charges after allegedly breaking into a storage facility and stealing items, including 85 pounds of shrimp. 

At approximately 10:00 am on November 13, the owner of a storage facility arrived at their business and found that one of the locks had been broken off a door. Several items were missing from the building, and the owner suspected he had been robbed. 

The proprietor placed a call to the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office to report the purported burglary. 

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A New York man who works for the city medical examiner’s office was arrested after allegations that he stole an $800 designer bag from a deceased man when he went to retrieve the body from a residence. 

On August 9, a man that lived in a Manhattan apartment passed away. 

A 49-year-old from Queens who works for the Office of Chief Medical Examiner went to the residence to pick up the victim. He was reportedly by himself with the body while he prepared it to be moved. 

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A North Carolina man was jailed on multiple charges after allegedly breaking into a residence and stealing several firearms and a vehicle. 

On October 20, a home near the Catawba River in the city of Lincolnton was reportedly broken into while the residents were not home. 

A family member of the homeowners saw that the front and basement doors were open, but they knew the residents were out. They notified the authorities about the situation, and officers were sent to the address. 

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A toddler who tested positive for cocaine was reportedly horribly burned by his babysitter, who allegedly denied him medical care for days after the incident occurred.  

38-year-old Natoyia Danelle Barbee lives in Durham, North Carolina. 

At the beginning of July, Barbee had a 2-year-old boy and his two siblings staying at her home. Their mother had gone out of town and left Barbee in charge of the youngsters. 

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A Michigan man was turned in by his mother after he allegedly spent a day visiting local restaurants and taking off with their tip jars.

According to reports, early in the afternoon on October 30, Aaron’s Rent-to-Own store in Pontiac, Michigan was visited by someone in a ski mask. The person reportedly grabbed a 50-inch Samsung television and tried to flee out the door, but they were stopped by one of the workers.

The authorities were notified about the alleged attempted theft, and the license plate of the gold Ford Focus the suspect reportedly left in was given as an identifier.

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A woman in Connecticut allegedly defrauded her husband out of more than half a million dollars by reportedly convincing him he had Alzheimer’s so he wouldn’t try to work with the finances.

63-year-old Donna Marino has been married to her husband since 2009.

In March 2020, Marino’s husband got in touch with the East Haven police to report that he believed his wife used $600,000 beginning in 1999.

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A man in Connecticut allegedly robbed an ATM company worker while they were trying to refill the cash in a gas station machine.

28-year-old Sylvester Terrance Younger goes by the nickname “Tweety Bird.”

On June 7, a man reportedly approached an ATM company employee that was refilling a cash machine at a Sunoco Gas Station in Bridgeport.

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A sex offender in New York was arrested after he allegedly raped and robbed a woman, and then reportedly returned her residence in clown makeup two days later.

33-year-old Joseph Johnson is from Wyandanch, NY. He was convicted for forcible sex abuse against an 11-year-old in 2015. As a result, Johnson is listed on the New York sex offender registry as a level 3 offender, which means he has been categorized as a possible high risk to society.

On September 19, 2020, Johnson allegedly went to an area close to a Long Island train station and broke into many cars in the area.

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When police interacted with a Florida man regarding a reported burglary, he allegedly struck one of them with a Bible and pooped his pants while being detained.

Just after 12:00 PM on September 22, the Marion County Sheriff’s Department was notified about a possible burglary that happened at a home in Summerfield.

When deputies spoke with the man who resides at the home, he said that his neighbor came over and asked him if he would allow him to borrow some of his clothes when he was on his way out the door.

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An intoxicated man from Massachusetts allegedly let himself into the zoo after hours so he could visit with the monkeys.

On June 2, when the employees at the Capron Park Zoo in Attleboro, which is closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, reported for work in the morning they believed someone had been on the premises after hours the previous night.

The workers reportedly found that one of the boats used for reaching two islands that house the lemur exhibit had been disturbed.

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