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Moorestown Police Crime Log: Feb. 28-March 6, 2014

Moorestown Police release their weekly activity report.

Moorestown Police Crime Log: Feb. 28-March 6, 2014
* On February 28, 2014 Michael Pirolli age 45 of Sellers St, Phila, Pa was arrested and charged with Shoplifting a cordless impact gun and a cordless circular saw from Sears Dept. Store, Moorestown Mall for a Total value of $299.58.  Pirolli was also a fugitive from Pennsylvania and charged with being a Fugitive from Justice. Pirolli was transported to the Burlington County Jail in default of $7,500 bail. 

* On February 28, 2014 Jasmine Clark age 18 of Washington St, Mt Holly, was arrested and charged with Shoplifting Children’s clothing from Macy’s Dept. Store, Moorestown Mall for a total value of $232.99 by concealing the clothing in a shopping bag.  Clark was released on a summons. 

* On March 3, 2014 Kaliff Coleman age 25 of Hope St, Phila, Pa was arrested and charged with Robbery, Shoplifting, Terroristic Threats and Resisting Arrest. Coleman took a Polo hat and a package of Polo shirts valued at $88.  When store security confronted Coleman he pushed away resisting arrest and threatened security.  Coleman was transported to the Burlington County Jail in default of $27,500. 

* On March 4, 2014 a special summons was issued to Aimee Altin age 60 of Rt. 73, Maple Shade, for Defiant Trespass at a property on the three hundred block of Chester Avenue.  Altin was on property that she was not permitted to be on. 

* On March 5, 2014 Michael Cori age 26 of Rosewood La, Sewell, NJ was arrested and charged with Shoplifting and Theft by Deception for taking clothing from Macy’s Department Store in the Moorestown Mall valued at $250 and then returning same for a refund of $250.  Cori was released on a summons.  

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