The NYPD is looking for four individuals wanted in connection with a grand larceny that took place at a store in the Fort Greene section of Brooklyn.
According to police, two women can be seen on surveillance video using a stolen credit card inside a retail store close to where the card was reported stolen.
Police on Saturday were asking for help from the public in finding a suspect who stole a woman’s iPhone near Columbia University.
Police said Eric Willis, 50, would switch price tags and then purchase the items at the lower price. Police say he then returned the items to a different J.C. Penney store without a receipt and received a gift card for the original price.
Fatima Cooper was arraigned Tuesday on a charge of second-degree grand larceny. The 47-year-old has been accused of stealing $75,000 worth of fees from the cash register.
The fortune teller made a tearful appeal to Manhattan state Supreme Court Justice Gregory Carro to avoid jail time.
Police on Sunday were searching for a suspect who stole a woman’s purse at a Staten Island CVS drugstore.
A Manhattan jury found Sylvia Mitchell guilty Friday of grand larceny and scheming to defraud. She’s jailed without bail ahead of an Oct. 29 sentencing.
A Greenwich Village fortune teller is accused of scamming a desperate single mom that she was an ancient Egyptian princess out of $27,000.
An NJ TRANSIT conductor was charged accused Tuesday of running a ticket scheme at Penn Station.
A New York City police detective has been arrested on an assault charge and a city correction officer is facing charges of menacing in a separate incident, police said.
Suffolk County Police arrested a woman accused of stealing thousands of dollars while employed at a residential facility for individuals with special needs in Port Jefferson Station on Tuesday.
The 25-year-old Cruz was charged with grand larceny. Court records show she represented herself at her arraignment Saturday and didn’t enter a plea. Her bail was set at $20,000.
Cornell Poyser worked at the TJ Maxx in Oceanside, Long Island. Prosecutors said Poyser was caught on video loading his minivan full of clothes, luggage, shoes, perfume and other goods.
Prosecutors say Caterina Curatolo stayed in a hotel on the city’s dime for 269 nights at a cost of $83,500, right up until Monday when she was arrested.