Police say Louisville couple had $3,000 worth of stolen clothing


Police say Louisville couple had $3,000 worth of stolen clothing

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Two people from Louisville, Ky., were arrested on Tuesday night, suspected of stealing more than $3,000 in clothing from several Middle Tennessee stores.

Two people from Louisville, Ky., were arrested on Tuesday night, suspected of stealing more than $3,000 in clothing from several Middle Tennessee stores.

At 9:20 p.m. on Tuesday plain-clothes Franklin Police Flex Team officers working in the Cool Springs area saw 33-year-old Rodrecus Lee walk out of Marshalls, located at 2000 Mallory Lane, with merchandise concealed under his jacket. After briefly stopping at his parked car, Lee walked back into the store where he met up with 29-year-old Ebony White. Officers stopped the couple as they exited the store together, and found them in possession of tools used to remove anti-theft sensors. Inside their vehicle, officers discovered more than $3,000 in stolen clothing from several Middle Tennessee stores. Marijuana was also discovered in the car.

White now has been charged with Felony Theft, Possession of an Anti-Theft Device Tool, and Marijuana Possession. She is free on a $14,500 bond.

Lee, who initially lied to officers about his identity, remains jailed on a $16,500 bond, charged with Criminal Impersonation, Felony Theft, Possession of an Anti-Theft Device Tool, and Marijuana Possession.

Both suspects face are scheduled to face a judge at 1 p.m. on Feb. 4.

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