Crime Lab Identifies Wanted Woman
DELRAY BEACH, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — A West Delray Beach woman who lists a “Seven Bridges” address as her home address remains in the Palm Beach County Jail Wednesday morning.
Police say Julie November, of the 16300 Block of Cabernet Drive in Delray Beach, engaged in coordinated theft and was wanted in multiple counties.
From the PBSO report, as written by the investigating officer:
“I responded to Lowes located at 103 South State Road 7, Royal Palm Beach, in regards to a delayed retail theft of Dewalt power tools. I met with (manager) inside of Lowes at the Loss Prevention office. She explained Lowes wants to make a delayed theft report dating back to 4/8/2020. In her sworn statement, she explains on 4/8/2020, an unknown black male and unknown white female entered the store at 5:21 p.m. and walked to the power tool aisle. The black male was wearing a black t-shirt, black shorts and a black hat. The female was wearing a two toned plaid shirt, black leggings, and black sandals.
While in the power tool area, the black male selected five Dewalt Impact wrenches and the female assisted him Their selections were placed into a Lowes shopping cart. The Dewalt wrenches were two 20v Max 1/4 Impact Wrench and three 20V Max XR 1/4 Impact wrenches. These items have a retail value of $775.
After making their selections, they walk over to check out aisle near the lumber area. They made no attempt to pay for the selections then ran out of the exit door with the shopping cart. They continued to run eastbound through the parking lot and entered a black Honda Element vehicle and left the area.
From the security footage obtained from Lowes Loss Prevention, I compiled a need to identify BOLO and sent it through PBSO identification of the black male and white female. PBSO Crime Intel identified the female as JULIE NOVEMBER and the male as (redacted). PBSO identified them from other theft cases, incidents and a Martin County BOLO which contains Julie November (and redacted). This BOLO was about both subjects being involved in retail theft of tools at Home Depot. Martin County Detectives identified the female as Julie November.
I (also) obtained information that puts Julie November (and redacted) as associates in other incidents.
I find probable cause to arrest Julie November for the following charges: Grand Theft and Retail Theft (coordinating with others).”
November is being held in the Palm Beach County. Bond had not been set as of 9 a.m. Wednesday.
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