Articles Tagged with theft

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Four women are facing charges after they allegedly skipped out on paying their restaurant check when they asserted the restaurant served them undercooked.

A group of 18-year-old’s later identified as Savanna Brown, Onastea Tompkins, Angel Lovell, and Kiarra Warren reportedly decided to head to a restaurant for a meal in the early morning hours.

The women went to Denny’s restaurant located on U.S. Highway 20 in Portage, Indiana.

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When a man reportedly stole a package off of an Arkansas homeowner’s porch, the alleged thief placed a piece of colored paper listing books of the bible in its place.

Vanessa Lowe lives in a home that she purchased two years ago in Benton, Arkansas, which is a suburb of Little Rock.

The woman had recently placed an online order on Amazon for a package of lightbulbs, and she had requested real-time notification to let her know when the item had arrived.

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While the police were investigating a claim about a stolen power tool, the suspect accused of taking it told them that he was part of a previous incident regarding a stolen police K9.

On August 26, the Henry County Sheriff’s Office was alerted by a homeowner who said that a man was on his property and that the alleged intruder did not have permission to be there. A weed whacker gardening machine was also reported as missing from the premises.

When the authorities arrived, they reported that they saw a man identified as Brandon Harmon, a 24-year-old Smithfield local.

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A woman was arrested after allegedly causing a ruckus in an adult shop when she reportedly grabbed merchandise from the shelf and began using it to pleasure herself in the establishment.

Just before 7:30 pm on August 31, a woman was reportedly perusing the items in the Lion’s Den Adult Superstore in Fort Pierce.

When the browsing female came across a display shelf holding plastic masturbatory devices, she allegedly helped herself to one of the penis-shaped toys and reportedly decided to give it a try in the store.

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A 12-year-old from Delaware allegedly swiped a truck parked in front of a store and caused two collisions before forcing the authorities to run after him when they tried to intervene.

On July 18, a 41-year-old man parked his Ford Ranger in New Castle Wawa market’s lot without locking the doors or turning off the ignition while he ran inside for a moment.

When the man came out of the establishment he said he saw a juvenile in the driver’s seat of his vehicle, and the youngster took off in the truck before he could stop him.

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When an Oklahoma woman accepted a dare and attempted to steal one of the swastika flags from a nearby resident’s yard, the man allegedly shot her four times in a purported attempt to protect his property.

Early in the morning on June 28, a 26-year-old woman was attending a get together that resulted in someone at the gathering challenging her to take one of two swastika flags flying outside a neighboring home.

The woman decided to partake in the endeavor, and she crossed the road and grabbed one of the flags from the bracket which held the pole in place.

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A married couple from Virginia accused of pilfering more than $1.4 M from the Paycheck Protection Program was taken into custody at the airport when it was discovered they were leaving the U.S. in a purported attempt to escape criminal penalties.

Since the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) put many small businesses in danger of having to shut their doors, the U.S. Small Business Association began offering a loan called the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP). It was designed to help owners keep their employees on the payroll during the pandemic.

A press release from the Justice Department informed the public that they found purportedly fraudulent PPP applications submitted to at least a dozen institutions during the months of April and May, and they asserted the responsible parties were a couple from Ashburn.

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A man allegedly robbed items from a woman’s car and reportedly spent over $1100 in cash and unauthorized credit card purchases at Walmart and tobacco shops.

Spanish Fork, Utah resident Nakoda Stan Millet was accused of illegally entering the vehicle of a Chick-Fil-A worker while she was working her shift on June 8.

The 24-year-old alleged thief reportedly took off after tearing the stereo from the dash, and allegedly also scored the woman’s purse which held her wallet and credit cards.

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A Florida woman is facing charges after it was alleged that she and her jailed boyfriend had a virtual sex encounter during a video visit while a young boy was reportedly standing next to her bed.

26-year-old Tathan Fields and his girlfriend, 32-year-old Noelle Rascati, were taking part in a virtual visit on March 25, as Fields has been sentenced to spend 15-years in jail for theft crimes.

During the video chat, Fields and Rascati allegedly spent a large portion of the 12-minutes they spent together engaging in mutual sexual self-pleasure.

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When a man in Walmart reportedly coughed on a patron on purpose and stated that he had the coronavirus the authorities arrested and charged him for the poorly received prank.

26-year-old Robert Eugene Heffner Jr. lives in Belmont, North Carolina.

Governor Roy Cooper issued a statewide order to the people of North Carolina stating that they must adhere to social distancing.

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