Crime: A Phoenix man was arrested for shoplifting from a Victoria's Secret in Tempe. It wasn't the first time he was accused of doing so -- or even the 10th. - PressFrom - US
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CrimeA Phoenix man was arrested for shoplifting from a Victoria's Secret in Tempe. It wasn't the first time he was accused of doing so -- or even the 10th.

17:15  23 august  2019
17:15  23 august  2019 Source:   12news.com

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A Phoenix man was arrested for shoplifting from a Victoria's Secret in Tempe. It wasn't the first time he was accused of doing so -- or even the 10th.© Provided by TEGNA Inc.

Alexander Martinez, 28, was arrested Aug. 16 at the Victoria's Secret at Arizona Mills Mall in Tempe after he was seen on surveillance video stealing more than $1,000 worth of merchandise.

According to court documents, Martinez was recognized because of multiple prior incidents that occurred at the same store. He was not arrested or even contacted over those incidents, the documents showed.

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An investigation found that Martinez entered the front of the store and took multiple handfuls of merchandise by putting them into a green duffel bag before walking out.

Court documents showed that Martinez was identified in 15 other incidents at the same Victoria's Secret location since April of this year.

Martinez was positively identified as the suspect in the following shoplifting incidents:

  • April 23: $1,499 worth of items taken
  • May 8: $2,980 worth of items taken
  • May 20: $1,247 worth of items taken
  • June 3: $2,300 worth of items taken
  • July 13: $2,500 worth of items taken
  • July 16: $1,222 worth of items taken
  • July 20: $1,622 worth of items taken
  • July 23: $1,000 worth of items taken
  • July 28: $1,392 worth of items taken
  • Aug. 1:  $1,696 worth of items taken
  • Aug. 4: $1,250 worth of items taken
  • Aug. 7: $1,044 worth of items taken
  • Aug. 9: $1,018 worth of items taken
  • Aug. 11: $1,550 worth of items taken
  • Aug. 13:  $922 worth of items taken
  • Aug. 16: $1,009 worth of items taken

Martinez is accused of shoplifting $24,251 worth of merchandise in the 16 incidents.

Court documents showed Martinez is facing 17 counts related to shoplifting. Some of those counts were felonies because the amounts of the shoplifted merchandise was worth more than $2,000 and there were more than three instances in a 90-day period.

Martinez was booked and held in Tempe City Jail but was later released on his own recognizance.

He was also ordered to stay away from the Victoria's Secret location.

He is set to appear in court next Aug. 29.

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