WATERTOWN — Three suspects were charged by state police with petit larceny Saturday night after they allegedly stole food and alcohol from two Walmart locations, along with merchandise from Home Depot.
Rhonda S. Long, 24, Watertown, Joshua Elzinga, 25, Watertown, and Michael A. Davis, 49, Adams Center, were charged by police at 10:33 p.m. Saturday at a Nice N Easy convenience store, 23100 Route 12, Pamelia, after stolen merchandise was found in their vehicle.
Ms. Long was the only suspect involved the first incident during the evening, in which she stole merchandise valued at $762.30 from the Walmart at 20823 Arsenal St., police said. She also was involved in the second incident including the two other suspects, in which merchandise valued at $886.44 was stolen from the Walmart Supercenter at 25737 Route 11, town of LeRay, they said.
In addition to stolen alcohol and food items, two drills were found inside the vehicle that allegedly were stolen from the Home Depot off outer Coffeen Street. That incident is being charged by the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Department, according to state police.
The three suspects were released with appearance tickets for Watertown Town Court.