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Two Men Charged With Shoplifting Flooring

Watchung Police reports pair turned over to Somerset County Jail.

Joseph Sempervive, 46, and Daniel Foti, 42, were charged with shoplifting flooring valued at $716.40 from the Home Depot store on April 11.

Watchung Police reported the two men were charged with third degree offenses, and Foti, a resident of Plainfield, was also charged with possession of a hypodermic needle. Sempervive listed his place of residence as the Ivory Tower Hotel in Green Brook.

They were turned over the Somerset County Jail, with bail set at $20,000.

Other shoplifting charges filed last week include:

Josefina Sanchez, 48, of Plainfield, was charged with shoplifting cosmetics valued at $59.37 from at 3 p.m. April 13. She was released pending an appearance in municipal court.

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Pauline Blair, 51, of Orange, was charged with shoplifting shoes valued at $44.98 from the TJ Maxx store at 5:36 p.m. April 13. She was released after posting a cash bond of $50, pending an appearance in municipal court.

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Jennifer Coney, 47, of Plainfield, was charged with shoplifting children's clothing valued at $274.69 from the store at 12:42 p.m. April 15. Once in custody, police discovered an outstanding warrant from the Plainfield Municipal Court. She was released after posting a $500 bond, and requested to be taken to JFK Medical Center.

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Octavia Starr, 21, of Plainfield, was charged with shoplifting clothing valued at $76.08 from the Wal-Mart store at 2:05 p.m. April 20. She was released after the charge was filed and she posted a $150 bond for an outstanding warrant issued by the Orange Municipal Court.

***Pandora Rodriguez, 48, of Plainfield, was charged with shoplifting cologne valued at $357 from the salon on Route 22 at 7:32 p.m. April 16. She was turned over to Somerset County Jail, with bail set at $2,500.

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Kimberly Miller, 43, of Plainfield, was charged with shoplifting clothing valued at $505.56 from the Target at 3:33 p.m. April 18. She was also charged with hindering apprehension when police were notified the name she provided upon her arrest was incorrect. She was released after the charges were filed. 

 

Fred Rodriguez November 01, 2012 at 03:08 AM
Well I hope they at least bothered to take the non-slip flooring plates. They're the most useful ones of the lot!

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