Derrick D. May, 28, of Hallie Irvine Street, was charged Thursday with second-degree burglary in connection with a June theft, according to a Richmond Police Department news release.
On June 1, a complainant reported that a relative’s house in the 100 block of Hallie Irvine Street had been broken into and several items totaling $816 had been stolen, including: several pieces of sterling silver jewelry, numerous DVDs, purses, collectible coins, knives, watches and an unknown brand cell phone.
RPD detectives went to May’s residence to follow up on a request from Lexington police concerning a separate theft investigation, the release stated. While at the residence, the officers said they discovered several items reported stolen June 1.
Irvine man charged with robbery
Farris L. Tipton, 33, of Irvine, was charged Wednesday with first-degree robbery, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia in connection with a shoplifting incident.
According to the release, employees told officers that they observed Tipton trying to leave the store without paying for $15.84 worth of merchandise. When an employee attempted to detain him, Tipton struck the employee in the face and fled on foot, the release stated. Loss prevention officers then pursued Tipton and captured him near the Lowe’s parking lot. He was detained until police arrived
When officers placed Tipton under arrest and searched him, they found two small baggies of marijuana and rolling papers, the release stated.
Woman charged with shoplifting $643 of merchandise
Police charged Marylyn Uribe-Cardenas, 19, of Mt. Rushmore Drive, Wednesday with theft by unlawful taking of more than $500 in connection with a shoplifting incident.
According to the report, about 1 p.m., officers were dispatched to Walmart to investigate a shoplifting complaint. Store employees reported to them that they had observed Uribe-Cardenas concealing $643.31 worth of make up in a diaper bag and attempt to leave without paying. The employees detained Uribe-Cardenas before summoning police.