HAZLE TWP., County Lucerne – Two of the Shenandoahs face retail larceny charges after another incident here at Walmart this month.
Shortly before 5pm on January 12, Hazleton state police called a Walmart on Airport Road to report the retail theft.
According to the Troopers, 23-year-old Shenandoah resident Bessy Derossantos Cologne stole 29 items worth $271.60 from a store. Items included $19.83 worth of food, $230.75 of clothing, $15.14 of school supplies, and her $5.88 of toys. She faces her one count of felony retail larceny in the Hazle Township court of District Judge James Dixon.
At 5:00 pm on January 17, police were called to the store again after a theft was reported at the retail store.
Shenandoah’s Jill Josette Sanchez, 51, made it past the last sale without paying $76.41 worth of various household items, according to the Troopers.
Sanchez faces a retail theft tally in Dixon’s court case.