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4 Philadelphia Men Arrested For Shoplifting, Ukraine Man Sentenced, Man Charged with Stabbing Ex
  by: blogue40 - Phoenixville, PA
started: 11/17/16 5:57 pm | updated: 11/17/16 5:57 pm
Police in Moorestown New Jersey have arrested four Philadelphia men for shoplifting on Tuesday night. The four men had robbed a Macy's in the Moorestown Mall on Sunday night at around 6:30 pm. Police say that the men stole around $5300 worth of polo jackets from the store, and got away in a Black SUV. Later that night at around 8 pm the suspects entered a Macy's on 13th and Market in Center City where they were able to steal more Polo merchandise and flee the scene. The men got away in the same SUV which had been reported stolen from an Infiniti dealer in Willow Grove. Officers spotted the SUV on Tuesday afternoon, and were later able to catch the men entering the car at around 8:30 pm, which is when police stopped the car and arrested the men. The FBI is now investigating to see if these men are the same suspects responsible for similar smash and grab robberies that took place in Center City last month.

A Ukraine man has now been sentenced after he had faked his age to attend a Pennsylvania High School. 24-year-old Artur Samarian was sentenced to two months in jail for passport and Social Security fraud after he had lied about his identity and his age to attend John Harris High School to receive free public education. Samarian went under the name Asher Potts while unlawfully attending the High School. Samarian also faces deportation next week as he is sentenced for a separate case involving a sex crime charge for having sex with a 15-year-old girl while attending the high school back in 2014.

Authorities have now arrested a Burlington City man who they say is responsible for stabbing and killing his ex-girlfriend inside her Mount Holly home. 38-year-old Rashon Causey was arrested on Wednesday night in a home on the 100 block of Elm Street. Authorities say that Causey had forced himself into the home of his ex-girlfriend 37-year-old Shania Marshall on Monday night, where he proceeded to stab her several times. Marshall was flown to a hospital in Trenton, where she died from her injuries on Wednesday afternoon. Causey has been charged with first degree murder as well as many other related charges.


The Flyers play at home tonight against the Jets.


Tonight, Clear with a low of 38 degrees in Center City.

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