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3 cited in Rush for retail theft

Published February 08. 2012 05:01PM

Rush Township police have cited three individuals for retail theft charges from incidents at the Hometown Commons Wal-Mart.

On Feb. 1, Lisa Ketchledge, 48, of Delano, and Debbie Merook, 48, of Mahanoy City, allegedly conspired to remove merchandise valued at $75.14 from the retail store. Ketchledge was cited for retail theft, conspiracy to commit retail theft and drug-related charges. Merook was charged with criminal conspiracy to commit retail theft.

John Provisiero, 18, of Lansford, faces charges of retail theft stemming from a Feb. 3 incident. Provisiero allegedly removed $9.88 worth of merchandise from the store.

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