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Larceny & Theft Archives

Pair face charges in two robberies

Police have accused a woman and a man of being responsible for theft in two robberies in Woodbridge, Virginia. The man is a resident of the town, while the woman lives in nearby Burke. In one such robbery, a 37-year-old male resident claimed that he was robbed while he was going to supposedly meet a woman for the first time. When he arrived at the designated rendezvous point, an unknown male accompanying the woman allegedly brandished a knife and took his cell phone and a quantity of money before stealing his car and fleeing in it.

Man sentenced to prison for jewelry thefts

Federal authorities tied a 33-year-old man to what they suspect was an elaborate, organized crime ring based in Richmond, Virginia, that stole millions of dollars in jewelry. The thefts took place not only throughout Virginia, but also in at least six other states, according to authorities.

Man accused of stealing pizza delivery car after fight

When emotions spiral out of control during the heat of an argument, men and women can be led to do irrational things they would not normally. Often, these momentarily lapses in judgment can be met with swift and strict punishment that alters an individual's life forever.

Farmville man arrested, suspected of numerous burglaries

Authorities are trying to pin the blame for an entire string of robberies on a recently arrested man from Farmville, Va. The man, who police think might have worked with an accomplice, is already facing theft charges in connection with a stolen vehicle.

Authorities catch book thief in Northern Virginia

The United States Marshals Service came to northern Virginia in June of last year to track down a man they believe is guilty of theft. The item he supposedly stole was a first edition Book of Mormon, which was owned by an elderly female bookstore owner living outside of the state.

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