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Boardman Police arrest woman twice in 7 hours for shoplifting, baring breasts

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A Youngstown woman has been arrested for the second time in a 7 hour period and is facing charges for shoplifting and indecent exposure. 

56-year-old Angela Orr was arrested for the second time Friday at noon after allegedly attempting to shoplift two pairs of shoes and a package of socks from Burlington Coat Factory on State Route 224.

Police say she was caught trying to stuff them into her purse. 

Officers followed Orr outside, where she was arrested. 

Orr had already been arrested and released once early this morning.

She was charged with theft and indecency after allegedly exposing herself to employees at the Walmart on Doral Road when they confronted her about the suspected shoplifting around 5:30 Friday morning.      

According to police reports, Orr and another suspect, 51-year-old Kendall Johnson, can be seen on CCTV attempting to exit the store with items they didn't pay for. Those items included men's clothing and a hoverboard. 

When confronted by Walmart employees, Orr allegedly began pulling down her pants and claiming she was handicapped. 

Orr then allegedly lifted up her shirt in the direction of a maintenance employee and said, "you want to see my titties," before she and Johnson fled the store. 

The pair were stopped by officers a short time later and taken into custody. 

Police say as they were walking around the truck they could see a box containing a hoverboard that appeared to be brand new. 

Johnson was issued a summons on the charge of theft. Orr is now facing multiple charges of theft and one charge of public indecency.

They are both scheduled to appear in court on September 18. 

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