Albuquerque, New Mexico 2021-09-12 16:34:09 –
Albuquerque, New Mexico (KRQE) – Albuquerque arrested a shoplifter along with three other criminals in a two-day blitzkrieg at a home depot location in the city. Police said they arrested 39-year-old Michael Johnston at the 2820 Coors Blvd’s Home Depot on Friday. Northwest.
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Police were looking for Johnston and four other repeat offenders, according to a press release. Police were able to identify Johnston when he was driving the white Mercedes that Johnston used in all of his previous shoplifting. Johnston had two felony warrants for probation violations of shoplifting crimes, concealed his identity and booked on another shoplifting charge, and had his felony warrant.
Two other criminals, James Breslin and Raymond Rodriguez, were charged with shoplifting and conspiracy charges, and Salvador Jaramiro was charged with shoplifting in addition to police escape. .. The detective also recovered $ 1,687.50 from a shoplifting attempt.
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