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2 People Busted – Accused Of Stealing At Least $1000 In DVDs

A couple of people are in trouble with the law after they allegedly took some Blu-Ray DVDs out of a store without paying for them.

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The suspects were accused of stealing the discs which were valued at more than $1,000 dollars from the Route 9, Queensbury Walmart. The Warren County Sheriff’s Department responded to a call about 2 shoplifters stealing the DVDs from the store.

23-year-old Ryan A. Lewis and 22-year-old Georgia Morrill, both from Queensbury, were both charged with grand larceny. In the article from the Times Union, both suspects were arraigned, and ended up in the Warren County Jai

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