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Fraud and Theft Arrests Made by Stafford Police at Dick's Sporting Goods in Stafford Park Shops

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Credits: Stafford Township Police Department
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STAFFORD, NJ - On Saturday May 13, the Stafford Township Police Department received a call at 10:19 p.m. from the Dick’s Sporting Goods store at the Stafford Park shopping center.

The call was made in reference to "two female subjects who were suspected by store management to be involved in credit card fraud and theft by deception from other Dick’s Sporting Goods stores throughout New Jersey, New York and Connecticut," said the police report.

Stafford Police said, "the description of the females and their vehicle matched the description that the store management had received from the other Dick’s Sporting Goods stores."

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Stafford Police Ptl. Povlosky and Ptl. Eiker arrived on the scene and identified the two female suspects as Demytra Gibbs, 27 years old of Brooklyn NY, and Khadijah Greene, 24 years old from Brooklyn, NY.

The police investigation revealed that both Gibbs and Greene were in possession of numerous fraudulent Dick’s Sporting Goods store gift cards and merchandise. 

The police report stated that Gibbs and Greene were both charged with multiple Fraud and Theft charges,. They were subsequently lodged in the Ocean County Jail.

Additional charges are pending, and this incident is being actively investigated by the Stafford Township Police Department’s Detective Bureau.

If anyone can provide any information regarding these two subjects, please contact Detective Levi McVey at (609) 597-8581 ext. 8441.

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