Melissa Swick steal sunglasses
BETHLEHEM TWP., Pa.
Two women were arrested
cheap ray bans after a shoplifting spree that netted them sunglasses, children’s clothing and liquor, officials said.
Christina M. Friday, officials said.
Police were able to find McNally after stopping a car leaving the shopping center driven by Melissa J. Swick, McNally’s accomplice, officials said. McNally called Swick’s cell phone while she was being questioned by police to tell Swick, "I’m behind the Applebee’s, the cops are here and I’m going to jail!" officials said.
Swick told police that she did not know McNally was
discount ray bans stealing from the store, but at police headquarters, McNally said she stole the sunglasses to sell to Swick at half price so she could get money for her drug habit, adding that Swick had driven her to the Pearle Vision Center, officials said.
During a search, police found on McNally two crack pipes and $61.74 worth of children’s clothing with the price tags still attached, which Swick admitted she stole from the Bethlehem Square Mall’s Walmart store, officials said.
Police also determined that McNally and Swick were responsible for stealing a $29.98 bottle of vodka from a Wine and Spirits store at the Bethlehem Square Mall on Jan. 11, 2013, officials said.
McNally, 34, of 435 Berwick St., Easton, was arraigned on three counts of retail theft and charges of possession of drug paraphernalia and criminal conspiracy and committed to the Northampton County
cheap ray ban outlet Prison on $10,000 bail, according to court documents.
replica ray bans 47, of 250 Rock St., Easton, was arraigned on two counts of retail theft and two counts of criminal conspiracy and released on $10,000 unsecured bail, according to court documents.Articles Connexes：