; Cheryl Dinolfo, County Executive

Zone B Weekly Crime Report

B-Zone Neighborhood Crime Watch
May 14, 2020 to May 20, 2020



Grand Larceny 3rd degree / Lowes (2350 Marketplace Dr) / 20-086788 / 20-086808

Lowes Loss Prevention reports that after watching surveillance for dates 05/08/20 and 05/11/20 it is believed that the same masked suspect came to the store and between the two dates stole a total of $3,899.42 worth of generators and other tools.  The male on both dates is seen leaving the area in a blue / gray Chrysler Pacifica.  Photos of suspect were sent to MCAC for ID.

Grand Larceny 4th degree / Green Ivy Circle / 20-086989

Victim reported that she was notified by Citibank that an account was opened in her name and that a Stimulus Check also in her name was deposited into that account.  Investigation revealed that the account was now closed and that the check was deposited on 05/04/20 via mobile deposit. 

PL / 1200 Marketplace Dr / 20-088775

Harassment 2nd / 1200 Marketplace Dr / 20-088823

EWOC/Resisting Arrest / 1200 Marketplace Dr / 20-088824

On 05/17/20 Walmart loss prevention observed a black female suspect with a one year old child conceal multiple items in a bag without paying for them while using the self-checkout.  Loss prevention stopped the suspect outside of the store and identified her as Nikisha Sewell.  Sewell became argumentative and was causing a scene while holding her child.  Loss prevention decided to decline prosecution and allow Sewell to leave with her child to avoid further problems.  However Sewell left her cell phone and some merchandise in the loss prevention office, Sewell returned to the office, still holding her child, and began banging on the door.  When loss prevention opened the door, Sewell attempted to push her way into the office to recover the cell phone and a bag containing store merchandise.  A female loss prevention employee was able to remove the child from Sewell’s arms as Deputies attempted to take Sewell into custody. Sewell actively resisted and subject management techniques were utilized to take Sewell into custody.  The child was turned over to a family friend while Sewell was processed at B-Zone.  She was released on appearance tickets for all of the above charges.


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