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45-year-old Miami woman left holding the bag of stolen goods in local marine store

45-year-old Miami woman left holding the bag of stolen goods in local marine store

45-year-old Miami woman left holding the bag of stolen goods in local marine store

Martin County, Fl (treasurecoast.com)–45- year-old Miami woman left holding the bag of stolen goods in local marine store.

Here are the details from the Martin County Sheriff’s office.

THERE IS NO “I” IN TEAM, NOT THE CASE FOR MIAMI WOMAN WHO RELIED ON TAG TEAM TACTICS WITH ACCOMPLICES TO STEAL FROM MARTIN COUNTY MARINE STORE, #WRONGEXIT
45-year old Amy Marie Russey came to Martin County with big plans, and two partners to share them with. Except, when the going got hot, her partners got going—and left her holding the bag on the #WrongExit.
It began when Russey and an unknown male visited a local marine equipment store where the pair was reportedly acting odd.
Witnesses saw the male moving about the store and placing various pieces of merchandise in odd places. Shortly afterwards, Russey started putting that merchandise in her bag. The pair fled, only to emerge at the store’s other Martin County location a short time later.
Fortunately, the store’s management called the second store about the theft so they immediately recognized the suspects.
But this time, Russey had two males with her— for short time that is.. With the assistance of Stuart Police, Russey was located with the stolen merchandise in her backpack.
One of the males was so scared, he ran off and left her there. Amy Marie Russey was left holding the bag, and the grand theft charge that went with it. She was taken to the Martin County Jail.
Unfortunately for Russey, there was an “I” in her team. There were three, but “I” am the one going to jail.

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