Six accused in department store thefts

Suspects accused of stealing on Black Friday

November 27, 2010 1:50:15 PM PST
Six people have been processed through the Wake County Jail since Friday - on charges they stole from local department stores.Five of those thefts are alleged to have occurred on Black Friday. The other was on November 15th.

Those charged include:

Israel Hernandez Alberto of Oxford, accused of larceny by removing items from a merchant, after authorities say he stole $676.97 worth of clothes from Belk. He is also being held on possible immigration violations.

Justine de Santiago-Camacho, who lives with Alberto, accused of larceny from a merchant by removing, destroying, or deactivating a component of an anti-shoplifting or inventory control device, after allegedly taking the sensory tags off clothing valued at $93.99. Santiago-Camacho is also charged with misdemeanor larceny, accused of stealing two shirts from Macy's, valued at $28.00

Gulliver Delaney of Raleigh, accused of embezzling a Sony thumb drive from the Target at North Hills Mall on November 15th.

Michael Eubanks of Durham, accused of shoplifting/concealment of goods, after allegedly taking a variety of items from a Sake Fifth Avenue outlet in Morrisville.

Laquanna Fowler of Rolesville, accused of taking two hats and a jacket from Kohl's in Wake Forest.

Asia Kyrie Douglas, arrested by Crabtree Valley Special Police, accused of larceny from employer.

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