WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- A Valhalla man, 61, was arrested and charged with shoplifting at Macy's in the Galleria Mall and marijuana possession June 8, according to a police report.
Charles Edward Beverly entered Macy's around noon. Store security told police he saw him take a Circulon 2 cookware set, worth $229.99, from a display, then try to leave the store without paying. He was arrested and charged with petit larceny, a class "A" misdemeanor.
After taking him to police headquarters, a search revealed a pink ziplock bag in his left sock containing what police believe to be marijuana. Police also charged him with unlawful possession of marijuana, a violation.
The grenish-brown substance was taken into evidence and Beverly was held for court.
Across the mall that day around 2:50 p.m., Sonia Marie Hidalgo, of Mamaroneck, was also arrested and charged with petit larceny for stealing miscellaneous clothes worth $302.70 from Old Navy, according to a police report.
Store security told police Hidalgo, 57, took 16 articles of clothing and tried to leave the store without paying. Police arrested her and took her to police headquarters, where she was released on $150 bail.
The day before, Macy's security apprehended two Bronx women around 9:50 p.m. Security told police they stole miscellaneous clothes and accessories worth a total of $785.30, according to a police report.
Zugeily Villalona, 25, and Jasmin Soto, 23, were both arrested and charged with petit larceny. The report says Villalona went around the store and took four junior shirts and one pair of woman's shorts from the junior's department, two bracelets from the jewelry department, and five boy's shirts and one pair of boy's shorts from the children's department, worth a total of $492.80.
Meanwhile, security told police Soto took three polo children's items, one Levi women's vest and one Guess women's shirt from the display rack, worth a total of $292.50, and hid them in the baby stroller she was pushing.
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