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Salisbury Police Make Arrests in Shoplifting Cases

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From left are Randolph Joynes, Misty Sinnett and Katelyn Sunderland From left are Randolph Joynes, Misty Sinnett and Katelyn Sunderland

SALISBURY, Md.– Salisbury police on Wednesday announced the arrests of eight shoplifting suspects in the department's effort to reduce theft crime in the city, according to Capt. Scott Kolb.

Police are charging Katelyn Sunderland, 19, of Lincoln, Del., Brenda Crowson, 69, of Salisbury, Deborah Payne, 56, of Salisbury, Randolph Joynes, 54, of Salisbury, David Barnett, 46, of Blades, Del., Misty Sinnett, 19, of Dover, Pa., and Kimberly Johnson, 47, of Salisbury, with theft.

The shoplifting incidents took place from July 6 through July 14 in commercial businesses around Salisbury, according to authorities.

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