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Tag Archives: Theft Crimes

Maryland police say men stole items they were trying to pawn

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Two men were accused of committing a string of thefts in Anne Arundel County on Sept. 17. According to police officers on the scene, they received reports around 3:30 p.m. about auto thefts that had taken place at a Sam’s Club, a Home Depot and the Annapolis Mall. Alleged victims of the thefts told… Read More »

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Thefts lead to 2 men and 2 boys in custody in Maryland

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

On Sept. 17 at approximately 3:30 p.m., Anne Arundel County police officers responded to a call to three separate locations in Annapolis. One was the Annapolis Mall. The other two were Sam’s Club and Home Depot. The report involved multiple thefts from vehicles in the parking lots that included an iPad, tools, GPS units… Read More »

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Man accused of using cloned credit cards at Maryland Target

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

A man was taken into police custody on August 14 after he was accused of using two fraudulent credit cards to purchase gift cards from a Maryland Target. According to the report, it was believed that he had visited the same Glen Burnie store on previous occasions and had bought nearly $17,000 in gift… Read More »

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Man accused of committing string of Home Depot thefts

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Anne Arundel County police have accused a man of committing five separate thefts or attempted thefts at the same Home Depot store in Glen Burnie. The alleged criminal activity began on April 4 and amounted to $2,423 in stolen property. Police identified the 54-year-old man after an employee at Home Depot copied the man’s… Read More »

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Alleged theft leads to 5-year prison sentence

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

On May 28, a 47-year-old man was sentenced to five years in prison for running out on a restaurant bill in Maryland. This was not the man’s first conviction. Police report that he had been arrested multiple times for eating at local restaurants and then pretending to have a seizure instead of paying the… Read More »

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Plea deal offered in attempted theft of container ship case

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

A man from Westminster was recently sentenced in his criminal case. The 20-year-old Maryland man was accused of trying to sell a ship to a broker that the man did not own. He pleaded guilty to attempted theft, and in exchange, he was sentenced to five years of probation. In 2012, the man supposedly… Read More »

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Maryland theft: Police say 2 bought puppy with stolen credit card

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

A puppy and some clothes were among the purchases reportedly made by two individuals that are suspected of taking a purse from the car of a woman while she attended church services. The Maryland theft is said to have occurred after the individuals broke into the woman’s motor vehicle. Credit cards were apparently among… Read More »

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Maryland theft: Police say 2 bought puppy with stolen credit card

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

A puppy and some clothes were among the purchases reportedly made by two individuals that are suspected of taking a purse from the car of a woman while she attended church services. The Maryland theft is said to have occurred after the individuals broke into the woman’s motor vehicle. Credit cards were apparently among… Read More »

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Cops: Clothes theft came after running from bar to hide in condo

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

According to what Maryland police claim was the train of events, the 20-year-old woman was hiding in a condo after being suspected of using someone else’s ID to get into a bar. She allegedly put on some of the condo owners’ clothes in an effort to disguise herself. When the two women who owned… Read More »

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