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Wednesday, August 29, 2018

Attorney General Frosh Announces Convictions in Connection with Organized Retail Theft Conspiracy

BALTIMORE, MD – Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh today announced the convictions of three defendants in connection with their participation in a large-scale organized retail theft scheme. Donna Moye (40), Tyrayah Graham (23), and Tiara Baker (20) pleaded guilty in the Circuit Court for Baltimore City. Graham and Baker pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit a theft scheme of $100,000 or more. Moye pleaded guilty to theft scheme over $100,000.

“These women planned and operated a brazen, coordinated shoplifting ring,” said Attorney General Frosh. “Many of them walked into a store together, overwhelmed what security was present, grabbed expensive merchandise and fled.”

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Anonymous said...

Frost did this kind of stuff the last time he ran for office. Funny thing.

Anonymous said...

Don't be looking for restitution. Insurance and actual paying customers have already paid for their thefts.

Anonymous said...

I'll be darn, Frosh taking time off from suing Trump.

Anonymous said...

I worked with a guy back in the 80's in Baltimore who would shop lift what ever you wanted, just had to give her size and color for clothing. We were making crazy good money but still she had to shoplift. Never arrested. These guys are too young to be in her crew.