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Police Make Multiple Arrests for Shoplifting at Mall

Also, police charge a Kmart employee who reportedly stole nearly $500 worth of merchandise from the store and arrest a Moorestown man for simple assault.

April 20

  • Joselle Kirby, 35, of Main Street, Voorhees, arrested for shoplifting two pairs of gold earrings—worth a combined $200—from Boscov’s at the Moorestown Mall, according to police. Kirby was released on $200 bail.

April 21

  • Troy Jackson, 49, of Washington Avenue, Camden, arrested for stealing a Sony PlayStation Vita (a handheld game system), a Nintendo, and four Visines—total value $481.99—from Kmart while he was working there, police said. Jackson was charged with theft and released on a summons.
  • Jeron Carpenter, 23, of North Church Street, Moorestown, arrested and charged with simple assault in connection with a domestic situation on East Camden Avenue, according to police. He was released on his own recognizance.

April 23

  • Daejauna Mixson, 20, of Farragut Avenue, Camden, arrested for trying to cash a stolen, forged check at the on East Main Street, police said. Mixson was charged with theft by deception and fraud and released on a summons.

April 24

  • Jean Peterson, 29, Sylvester Street, Philadelphia, and Terence Mcmanus, 30, of Old Town Circle East, Cherry Hill, arrested for shoplifting $475.12 worth of merchandise from Boscov’s at the Moorestown Mall. Police charged Peterson with two counts of shoplifting and possession of heroin, according to a report. Mcmanus was charged with shoplifting. Both men were released on summonses.

April 26

  • Sheray Houston, 29, South 7th Street, Camden, arrested for shoplifting $478 worth of clothing from Lord & Taylor at the Moorestown Mall, according to police. Houston was released on a summons.
  • Kawuan Farrish, 19, of Clinton Avenue, Camden, arrested for shoplifting $65 sneakers from at the Moorestown Mall, police said. Farrish was released on a summons.  

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