Articles Tagged with theft

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The assistant manager of a Florida Circle K store was accused of swiping winning scratch-off lottery tickets worth thousands of dollars when they were reported missing from the store’s inventory.

37-year-old Richard Dawayne Fonville lives in Hilliard, Florida. He is employed as an assistant manager at a Circle K convenience store in Jacksonville, approximately 30-miles from his home.

Around Christmastime, the manager was needed at a different Circle K location and Fonville took over her duties during her absence from the site.

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A woman being sued by a man she used to date for allegedly participating in a relationship with him to benefit from his money felt she needed a restraining order to protect herself and her loved ones from his reportedly alarming actions.

Stefanie Gurzanski is a 23-year-old model who works with the “Unruly Agency” which provides services as a creative marketing agency and a production studio. She also has an OnlyFans site where she posts images of herself for professional purposes.

At the end of July, Gurzanski met 59-year-old Stephen J. Cloobeck through a woman who provided professional matchmaking services to the man.

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The authorities allegedly found over 1,300 marijuana plants while investigating an unrelated incident, and they have purported that it is a part of an illegal growing operation being run by a felon.

36-year-old Javier Perez Diaz is a felon who hails from the unincorporated community of Mecca, California, in Riverside County.

Around 7:00 am on December 21, three special teams of deputies with the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department were investigating an agricultural theft in the area.

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A woman was arrested last week after allegedly using a hypodermic needle she claimed was contaminated with AIDS to threaten a store clerk before she stole money.

In the early evening on December 14, a woman later identified as 34-year-old Ashley Demers visited a Seasons Corner Market in Raynham.

When she went into the store, Demers allegedly had a hypodermic in hand, and she reportedly said that it held a substance that was tainted with AIDS.

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An Amazon driver in New Jersey was discovered while allegedly throwing hundreds of dollars of packages into the woods but reportedly told police it was feces he was discarding.

23-year-old Desmond Gould hails from New Castle, Delaware, and until recently, he was employed as a delivery driver for Amazon.

On November 2, Gould was reportedly driving an Amazon van while working a delivery route in a township in Southern New Jersey.

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A woman accused of driving the getaway car for an alleged package thief reportedly struck a police officer with her car while trying to escape during her detainment.

On the afternoon of December 4, 26-year-old Megan Rozak was reportedly driving around a residential neighborhood with 38-year-old Stephan Wisnewski in the passenger seat.

The Lynwood Police Department received a complaint from someone saying that they could see package thieves in the process of stealing from nearby porches.

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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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