Tulsa police arrest suspected shoplifter for trafficking meth


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Aleesha Jolly
Aleesha Jolly
Updated: 3/19/2013 2:54 pm Published: 3/19/2013 2:52 pm


Tulsa police say a suspected shoplifter was arrested after being found with 26 grams of meth.

Tulsa police say Aleesha Jolly was caught on surveillance camera attempting to steal from the Kohl’s at 96th and Delaware. They say before officers arrived Jolly left the store, but left her purse behind.

Police say they found a syringe full of meth, Xanax and a key card to the Deluxe Inn near 31st and Memorial. Police went to the motel and found Jolly with 26 grams of meth.

Jolly faces multiple charges, including trafficking meth.


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BrideyMurphy - 3/19/2013 10:04 PM
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More meth trash and stupid trash at that, too tweeked to remember her purse...LOL she will be back out on the street next week though with our justice system....so all businesses watch out for her, she'll be back.
 
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