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Youngstown women charged with alleged crime spree at Grove City Outlet

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Two Youngstown women are accused of going on a criminal shopping spree in Mercer County.  Investigators say the two were caught stealing more than 33-hundred dollars worth of goods from five stores in the Grove City Outlet Mall.

State Police arrested 33-year-old Shanell Pusey and 35-year-old Talia Jackson on Friday afternoon at the mall on Leesburg Road.

Police provided a list of the items recovered:

New York and Company - 5 belts, 13 pairs of shorts, 2 bundles of wrist bracelets - Value: $594.00
American Eagle - 14 pairs of shoes - Value: $437.86
Oshkosh - 10 shirts, 15 pairs of shorts/pants - Value: $661.90
Bath and Body Works - 27 bottles of fragrances - Value: $401.50
Aeropostale - 12 pairs of shorts, 17 shirts - Value: $1,211.50

State police tally the total value of the goods at $3,306.76

Pusey is charged with 26 counts including retail theft and conspiracy. Jackson faces sixteen similar charges.

Both suspects were arraigned before a district magistrate and are scheduled to appear for a preliminary hearing on June 23.

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