Friday, June 21, 2013

Panty Burglary
Belk stores are usually popular, but now they are finding another kind of consumer…those who take and don’t pay. Kingsport police have arrested Amy Neece entered the store around two in the afternoon on Wednesday, and she did make a small purchase. Neece then proceeded to load her shopping bag with underwear. When a loss prevention officer caught her, she had managed to stash almost 900-dollars worth of merchandise. She was arrested for theft over 500-dollars and was taken to the Sullivan County jail. (CC)

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