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Moorestown Police Weekly Crime Log: May 15-21, 2014

Moorestown Police release their weekly activity report.

* On May 15, Candice Vaughn, 34 of Bensalem, Pa., and Candice Dixon, 32 of Delanco, were charged with shoplifting from Marshalls on Route 38. Vaughn allegedly concealed clothing and shoes for a total value of $421.45 and Dixon concealed clothing and shoes valued at $354.  Both suspects were released on a summons. 

*On May 16, Anita Te, 47 of Bear, DE was charged with shoplifting clothing and jewelry valued at $370.98 from Boscov’s in the Moorestown Mall.  Te was released on a special summons. 

* On May 18, two employees of Kmart on Route 38, were charged with shoplifting. Serena Santiago, 19 of Camden, allegedly took merchandise between January and May of this year totaling $2,100. Ines Hernandez, 29 of Moorestown, also allegedly took merchandise between January and May of this year, totaling $1,499.99. 

* On May 20, Sears reported a shoplifter.  Dawn Baker, 46 of Cinnaminson, was charged with shoplifting.  Baker allegedly concealed sunglasses and earrings into a Sears shopping bag and proceeded to exit the store without paying. The total value of the alleged theft was $228.96.  Baker was released on a summons. 

* On May 20, there was a complaint of two subjects selling meat from a van. The driver, 21-year-old Elijah Minor of Wilmington, DE, was issued a special summons for township ordinance violation of soliciting without a permit. 

* On May 21, Lord and Taylor in the Moorestown Mall reported a shoplifting.  Ashley Antoniak, 30 of Camden, allegedly stole four Michael Kors handbags valued at $1,202. When confronted by security, Antoniak allegedly kicked and bit a loss prevention officer. Antoniak was charged with robbery and shoplifting, and was committed to Burlington County Jail in default of $15,000 bail.

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