Theft By False Pretense Under $1500

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On January 17, 2015 the Milford Police arrested and charged a 50yo Milford woman and a 31yo Milford woman stemming from an incident that occurred at the Walmart Department Store on 12/29/14. Both Paula J Osborne (50yo) and Shannon J Penawell (31yo) were each charged with Theft By False Pretense Under $1500 and Conspiracy 3rd Degree. Police state that investigation revealed that both Osborne, Penawell and two other suspects entered Walmart, removed merchandise from the store without paying for it and then returned the merchandise for cash or credit compensation. Osborne was arraigned and released on $200.00 unsecured bond. Penawell was also arraigned and released on $200.00 unsecured bond.

 

 

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