Worker Swiped Beauty Products From Macy’s Warehouse

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A recent shoplifting streak has swept through the New Jersey area. Police reported that one Macy’s worker in Secaucus was recently charged with stealing beauty products. The suspect is accused of stealing at least $1,000 worth of items. Police had responded to Macy’s at Meadowlands Parkway in the afternoon when they found the suspect with the beauty items in his possession. Days later, an employee of Burger Fi was also arrested on theft charges. This suspect already had an outstanding warrant.

On top of these incidents, another suspect was arrested at Kohls for shoplifting. In addition to shoplifting, she was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia. A few days later, a man was arrested and charged with shoplifting when he was caught fleeing a Walmart parking lot. Investigators do not believe any of these incidents are related.

The attorneys at Rudnick, Addonizio, Pappa, and Casazza are experienced in representing clients charged with shoplifting and other theft crimes. With over forty years of experience, we know which solutions to pursue to help ensure a favorable outcome for each client. Our attorneys recognize that first-time shoplifters are often granted the option of completing a program as an alternative to being convicted. Such pre-trial intervention strategies are greatly beneficial to those who want their charges dismissed after completing the program.

If our firm finds that you are not eligible for a pre-trial intervention program, then our lawyers can still help protect your rights in court and fight for less severe penalties. Shoplifting is considered either a third or fourth-degree offense that can potentially land you in prison for up to five years depending on the specifics of your case. Don’t gamble with your future. Instead, trust our legal team to be your partner throughout your case. Reach out to our firm at 732-264-4400 or fill out our online contact form to get started today.

 

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