Carjacking Leads to Arrest of Theft Ring

A carjacking at the Shrewsbury, Pennsylvania, Walmart on Saturday led to the arrest of an alleged theft ring, bent on stealing items from stores to support their drug addictions, according to charging documents.

Two days after the carjacking, Pennsylvania State Police spotted the stolen vehicle back at the scene of the crime at the Shrewsbury Commons and rounded up nearly everyone involved.

Troopers charged Nichole Robin Johnson, 37, of Curtis Bay, Md.; Patrick Alan Goodloe, 40, of Rockville, Md.; Amanda Leigh Greenfield, 34, of Annapolis, Md.; and Brooke Ashley Clews, 30, of Brooklyn, Md., with retail theft and conspiracy to commit retail theft.

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Police also charged Cornell Lewis Johnson, 43, who lives with Nichole Johnson in Curtis Bay, Md. Cornell Johnson faces charges of robbery of a motor vehicle and theft in connection with the alleged carjacking. Just before 2 PM on Saturday, troopers responded… York Daily Record

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