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Post-inventory sticky fingers…? Looks that way in Marion

Posted by on Wednesday, August 21st, 2019 @ 4:11 pm.

MARION, Ill. – Many of you readers may or may not know that midsummer (mid-July to mid-August) is inventory time for many retail establishments.

It’s also a time when many wannabe shoplifters take advantage of some of the confusion that surrounds items either just inventoried or set up to be, especially when those items are moved to large and often untidy sales racks, shelves or other units depending on the store.

That may or may not be the case with the many individuals picked up this past weekend and displayed on the police blotter out of the city of Marion in Williamson County..

Here’s the report.

Jalen Jeralds, 25 of Herrin, has been arrested for Disorderly Conduct in the 700 block of N. Court St. on August 18.

Vira Garmane, 40 of Marion, has been arrested for Retail theft in the 1700 block of W. DeYoung St. on August 18.

Jacob Powell, 24 of Pittsburg, has been arrested for Retail Theft in the 1700 block of W. DeYoung St. on August 19.

Misty Copher, 41 of Marion, has been arrested for Criminal Trespass to Property in the 800 block of W. Main St. on August 19.

Marlene Pulliam, 42 of Carbondale, has been arrested for Retail Theft in the 2700 block of W Main St on August 19.

Chad Turley, 29 of Marion has been arrested for Possession of Methamphetamines and two counts of Delivery of Methamphetamines in the area of Eugene Ln. and Wildcat Rd. on August 20.

Charles A. Adams, 52 of Marion, has been arrested for Criminal Trespass to a Building in the 100 block of N. Court St. on August 21.

Keshia Krasselt, 34 of Marion, has been arrested for Criminal Trespass to a Building in the 100 block of N. Court St. on August 21.

Robert Brozowski, 56 of Marion, has been arrested for Purchasing Alcohol for a Minor, Resisting a Police Officer and Obstructing Justice in the area of Bittle Place on August 21.

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