Moultrie Observer

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August 20, 2012

Women charged in shoplifting

MOULTRIE — Moultrie police charged two housemates in one of two incidents of shoplifting reported over the weekend.

Kaylon Jane Sanders, 21, and Abby LeAnn Gay, 20, both of 610 Lane St., were charged with misdemeanor shoplifting Saturday at Walmart.

The Walmart loss prevention officer called police after detaining the two women. He told officers Sanders concealed several items in the lingerie department while Gay acted as lookout, then the two switched roles.

Recovered were $108 in clothing, $16 in jewelry and $36 worth of other merchandise, police said.

In the second shoplifting incident, a business at 1304 Veterans Parkway N. reported the theft of a half-gallon and a liter of Hennessey whiskey. Manager Sunni Patel said he was doing inventory Saturday when he noticed the liquor missing. He reviewed his video and saw four black males enter the store; one picked up both bottles and entered the beer cave. A second man entered the beer cave then left. The first then left the beer cave holding up his pants, and they all left the store.

Patel identified one of the men but said he didn't know the other three.

Other thefts

Moultrie Police

Luther Landrum, 600 block Second Avenue Northwest, told police Sunday morning that his residence had been broken into. He thinks the incident happened late the previous night or in the early hours of the morning. Total value of damaged and missing items was $1,300.

Krystal Lozano, who is in the process of moving into a house in the 900 block of Third Avenue Northwest, told police Saturday the meter is missing from the house's meter box.

Bobby Joiner reported a burglary at his business, 516 N. Main St., Saturday morning. He said he closed up the shop at 5 p.m. Friday, and when he came in about 9 a.m. Saturday he found a window broken and the iron bars pulled off the wall.

Missing were $46 in cash and a $16 check from the cash register.

Huey Thurman, 300 block Third Street Southeast, reported the theft Thursday of a rodeo belt buckle valued at $1,000.

Glenn Strickland, 600 Fifth Avenue Southeast, reported Friday that his shed had been broken into overnight. Taken were a pressure washer, a chainsaw and a blower, valued at a total of $1,212.

The loss prevention officer at Dollar General, 2411 S. Main St., told police Friday that $2,600 was missing from a deposit that was made Aug. 6.

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