DISORDERLY: Christopher R. Dimarco, 18, 9090 Via Cimato Drive, was arrested early Saturday morning and charged with disorderly conduct. He is being held in lieu of $100 bail.
CONTEMPT: Lori A. Hinchy, 35, 408 Schenck St., was arrested late Friday afternoon and charged with second-degree criminal contempt. Hinchy is being held for a judge.
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LARCENY: Caitlin E. Wells, 19, 258 Young St., was arrested Thursday afternoon after the manager of the Tim Horton’s where she worked called police, concerned Wells was stealing gift cards.
She was arrested after police were shown surveillance video of her “taking blank ‘Tim cards’ and putting cash value on them without paying for them and placing the cards in her shirt,” police reports state.
Investigators believe this happened on at least one other occasion, and that in total Wells may have stolen about $200 in that fashion.
Once arrested, a police check of her person also turned up a stolen card and a small quantity of marijuana.
Wells is charged with petit larceny, fifth-degree criminal possession of stolen property and unlawful possession of marijuana.
She was issued an appearance ticket and released.
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