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Derby Woman Accused In Glastonbury Cell Phone Theft

GLASTONBURY, Conn. (WTNH) – A Derby woman is accused of stealing several cell phones in Glastonbury last year.

Shaquana Adams, 23 of Derby, was taken into custody on July 25th by the Derby Police Department. 47 more words


Man charged with multiple thefts across Gloucester

GLOUCESTER, Va. (WAVY) — Deputies in Gloucester have arrested a man accused of multiple thefts throughout the County during the month of July.

Reports of stolen cash, credit cards, fishing gear, power tools, and even guns came pouring into the sheriff’s office over the past four weeks.  305 more words

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Downtown Kelowna store owner publicly shames thieves

KELOWNA – A Kelowna business owner is so sick of thieves stealing from her store that she’s plastered their faces on a “wall of shame.” 410 more words


Police Issue Alert After Thefts At Sandcastle

WEST HOMESTEAD (KDKA) — Police are investigating after a car was stolen from the parking lot in Sandcastle and two other vehicles had items taken from inside them. 266 more words


Suspects served 46 charges for thefts from vehicles in Suffolk

SUFFOLK, Va. (WAVY) — Police have arrested two young men in connection to a rash of recent thefts from vehicles in Suffolk neighborhoods.

Dorian McLaughlin, 19, of Suffolk, was charged with six counts of petit larceny and 14 counts of entering the vehicle of another to commit a crime. 94 more words

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Plant nursery thefts in Kapaau within a week being investigated

Hawaii Island police are investigating three thefts within a week at a nursery in Kapaau.

Sometime between July 5 and July 7, a hundred dollars’ worth of potted plants were removed from a bamboo nursery on Pratt Road. 73 more words


Suffolk police arrest four in Riverfront thefts

SUFFOLK, Va. (WAVY) — Police have arrested four people for vehicle thefts in the Riverfront community in northern Suffolk.

Police say a citizen tipster gave them information about suspicious activity in the neighborhood early one morning. 157 more words

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