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Drugs, Shoplifting Arrests at Moorestown Mall

Moorestown Police allegedly catch a Medford woman stealing clothes from Boscov's and charge her with drug possession.

Drugs, Shoplifting Arrests at Moorestown Mall

Feb. 8

 

  • Samantha Artemisco, 24, and Rebecca Evans, 30, both of Lester Street, Browns Mills, charged with shoplifting and theft by deception, respectively, after police said they conspired to steal from the Kmart on Route 38. According to a report, Artemisco stuffed clothing and bedding worth $231.06 into her purse and walked out of the store with it. Evans later returned the same merchandise for a gift card for the same amount. Both were released on a summons.
  • Jennalee Brusco, 26, of Christopher Mill Road, Medford, charged with shoplifting after he concealed $194.97 worth of women’s apparel and earrings from Boscov’s at the Moorestown Mall, according to police. Brusco was also found in possession of a glass pipe, pills and marijuana and charged accordingly, police said. He was released on a summons.

Feb. 9

  • Lacreia Brown, 19, of Jackson Street, Camden, charged with shoplifting and obstruction after police said she concealed $106 worth of jewelry from Macy’s and then gave officers false information on her identity. She was committed to jail in default of $500 bail.

Feb. 10

  • Anthony Digiacomo, 23, of North Newton Lake Drive, Collingswood, charged with shoplifting and receiving stolen property after he concealed a level from Sears worth $32.09, police said. He was also found in possession of a knit hat stolen from Eastern Mountain Sports. Digiacomo was released on a summons.

Information provided by Moorestown Police. An arrest does not indicate a conviction.

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