3 Women Arrested After Going On Pompano Beach Shoplifting Spree

POMPANO BEACH (CBS4)- Three women are facing charges after they were accused of going on a shoplifting spree in Pompano Beach.

Tiffany Clark, 22, appeared in bond court Saturday. The judge set her bond $1,100. According to police, her friends, 28 year-old Raschelle Bell and Ashley Reyas, 19, have already bonded out.

The trio was arrested Friday after the Broward Sheriff’s Office said one of them ran out of a shoe store with five shoes, including two on her feet.

Investigators caught the women and said they found hundreds of dollars worth of boosted hair extensions, perfume, watches and big handbags in their getaway car.

Detectives said the women admitted they were involved in several other retail thefts across Pompano Beach.

All three women are facing grand theft charges.

  • sellous

    These are women,

    They will only get a slap on the wrist and on their way again.

    The system will always have piety on them. if they were men then you would see them on CNN

  • mark

    5 shoes? What they cant count? Should be locked up for being ignorant and thieves!

  • jiimmy

    How is it that 12 of the 9/11 terrorists could live for 2 weeks just 2 miles from NSA head quarters in Maryland.
    This after several of them had taken flight simulator lessons on Jumbo jet trainers and several of them where on State department terror watch lists.
    There is evidence that employees from DoD, CIA and DOJ accepted bribes from Al Quida.
    If DoJ and DoD employees where more concerned with doing their jobs than enriching themselves by stealing from suspects and taking bribes, then there might have been more a chance that 9/11 had never happened.
    The FBI and DEA fabricate evidence, steal from suspects and use murder to close bad cases.

    • Carlos Cruz

      jiimmy, do you have any more of that good weed?? Share your wealth dude!!

    • dreadz

      I take it you are a relative of one of these fine upstanding ladies.

      You should try to help them get a job instead of making excuses for them.

  • anon

    on the text it said that the bond was $1,100 but the anchor on the video says it was $100,000. …. haha

  • sick of sofla

    Ignrance at it’s best… 5 shoes!!!!!
    OK… which one is missing a foot???
    They have a history of burglary and drug charges, is what the media said. Well why the heck are they free to commit more crimes???

  • Hialeahtom1

    Maybe they will stop shoplifting if the government send them larger welfare checks?
    The truth of the matter in South Florida is that there are much higher legal crooks among our politicians, police, and the rest of government employees in percentage
    and the same people vote or appoint them in again and again, it will take LONG, LONG time to change if any. Probably it will get worse.

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