BRIDGEWATER, NJ - Three people were arrested for shoplifting Aug. 24 after allegedly stealing more than $1,000 worth of merchandise from Marshall's in the Promenade Shopping Center, according to a Bridgewater Township Police report.
Camilla Mishoe, 34, and Haseem Clark, 20, both of Plainfield, and Latice Royster, 33, of Dunellen, were charged with shoplifting. Clark was also charged with hindering his own apprehension.
According to the report, the three stole merchandise with a combined value of $1,380.
All three were processed, and Mishoe and Clark were taken to Somerset County Jail, while Royster was released pending a court appearance.
Police made other arrests for shoplifting throughout the end of August.
- A resident of Sebring Avenue, reported at about 9:10 a.m. Aug. 21 that a vehicle parked in the driveway was burglarized in the overnight hours of Aug. 17. According to the report, someone entered the unlocked vehicle and stole a wallet containing $50 cash, credit cards and personal items.
- Genine Delviscovo, 40, of Bound Brook, was arrested Aug. 22 for allegedly shoplifting merchandise with a value of $68 from Target at the Promenade Shopping Center. Delviscovo was also found to have an outstanding warrant from Manville Municipal Court. Delviscovo was processed for the arrest and taken into custody by the Manville Police for the warrant.
- Sophie Friedman, 18, of Berkeley, was arrested Aug. 23 for allegedly shoplifting $117 worth of merchandise from Sephora at the Bridgewater Commons Mall. She was processed and released pending a court appearance.
- Rina Kravt, 71, of West Orange, was arrested Aug. 24 for allegedly shoplifting and theft by deception at Marshall's at the Promenade Shopping Center. The approximate value of the merchandise she tried to steal was $120. She was processed and released pending a court appearance.
- A resident reported Aug. 28 that someone had stolen her bicycle when it was locked at the TD Bank Ballpark. The black Roadmaster Peak bicycle was valued at $140. It had been secured with a lock between 7 a.m. and 6 p.m., and the lock was cut off.