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Screen Shot 2013-10-12 at 8.44.00 AMOn October 7, the Milford Police responded to Food Lion Supermarket for a shoplifting that had just occurred and the two suspects were fleeing in a vehicle. Police located and stopped the vehicle on a nearby street. The suspects were identified as Tracey Foskey, 43yo of Laurel and Billie Jo Loockerman, 45yo of Laurel. Police state, investigation revealed that the two had been dropped off at Food Lion by the driver of the vehicle (who was later revealed not to be involved in the incident) to shop for groceries. Both Foskey and Loockerman removed groceries from the store while concealing them in oversized purses. Both then fled the store. Foskey also provided Police with a false name upon being contacted. Foskey was also found to be in possession of 3 grams of Heroin. Foskey was arrested and charged with Shoplifting Under $1500, Possession of Shoplifter’s Tools, Criminal Impersonation, Possession of a Controlled or Counterfeit Substance, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and Conspiracy 3rd Degree. Foskey was also wanted on active capiases out of various courts. Foskey was arraigned and committed to WCI in default of $4,141 secured bond. Loockerman was arrested and charged with Shoplifting Under $1500, Possession of Shoplifter’s Tools and Conspiracy 3rd Degree. Loockerman was arraigned and released on $2000 unsecured bond.

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