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5Theft by False Pretense Under $1500 (2 counts) and Use of Illegitimate Retail Sales Receipt.

On April 11,2014, the Milford Police arrested and charged a 29yo Milford man stemming from incidents that occurred at Walmart Department store on December 31, 2013 and January 5, 2014. James J. Cuevas Jr. was charged with Theft by False Pretense Under $1500 (2 counts) and Use of Illegitimate Retail Sales Receipt. Police state that investigation revealed that Cuevas would purchase merchandise from Walmart, exit the store with the merchandise. Cuevas would later return to the store, remove duplicate items from the store shelf and return those items with the previous receipt and obtain refunds. Cuevas was arraigned and released on $3000 unsecured bond.

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