- Geraldine Trimble, 41, and Diana Riley, 45, both of Riverside, arrested for shoplifting from the Moorestown Mall, according to police. Riley was charged with shoplifting and burglary tools after she allegedly concealed socks, valued at $11.96, in her handbag and was found in possession of a small pry bar, police said. Trimble concealed $584.49 worth of items from Lord & Taylor in a shopping bag and was in possession of clothing, valued at $79, from the store. She was charged with shoplifting and receiving stolen property. Both women were released on summonses.
- Angela Gangemi, 25, of 13th Street, Burlington, was arrested for shoplifting on two different occasions, according to police. She was arrested on Dec. 21 after she stuffed $838.38 worth of children’s clothing into shopping bags she took from behind a register at Lord & Taylor, according to a report. She was also found in possession of a hypodermic needle at the time of her arrest. Gangemi was charged with shoplifting and possession of a syringe and released on summonses. On Dec. 27, Gangemi was again arrested after she concealed $259.81 worth of clothing from Loehmann’s Department Store, on Nixon Drive, inside a Barnes & Noble shopping bag, police said. She was again charged with shoplifting and committed to jail on $2,500 bail.
- Whitley Bamfo, 20, of Babbitt Lane, Willingboro, arrested for shoplifting after police said she put on a pair of shoes from Sears, valued at $79.99, and left the store without paying. She was released on a summons.
- Michael Didomenico, 46, of Carl Miller Boulevard, Camden, arrested after police said he concealed a pair of boots and a bottle of perfume from Macy’s—total value $248—in a tote bag. He was charged with shoplifting and taken to Burlington County Jail on $2,500 bail.
- Thomas Dever, 23, Rowland Street, Palmyra, arrested for shoplifting after he allegedly took a $119.50 sweatshirt from Boscov’s while he was employed there, according to police. Dever was released on a summons.
- William Geddes, 35, Village of Stoney Run Apartments, Maple Shade, arrested after he was caught taking pictures and video of a 17-year-old girl as she walked through the mall, according to police. Upon further investigation, police discovered Geddes had been taking pictures of other girls at the Moorestown Mall and Cherry Hill Mall. He was charged with harassment and released on a summons.
- William Flower, 50, of Lucus Lane, Voorhees, arrested and charged with simple assault following a domestic dispute on West Close Street, according to police. Flower was released on a summons.
- Theresa Crane, 55, of Highland Road, Browns Mills, arrested after she allegedly shoplifted $828.99 worth of merchandise from Boscov’s, after she had been given written notice not to enter the store, police said. Crane was charged with trespassing and shoplifting and released on summonses.
Information provided by Moorestown Police. An arrest does not indicate a conviction.