An Easton woman and her two daughters were cited for retail theft after they allegedly concealed about $200 in merchandise from Kohl's Department Store in their purses, according to Colonial Regional Police.
On April 3 around 5:39 p.m., police were called to the Kohl's in Lower Nazareth Township for three women being held for retail theft.
According to police:
- Patricia Newton, 36, of S. 6th Street -- the girls' mother -- allegedly concealed two bottles of perfume, a tank top and a pair of sweat pants in her purse. The merchandise totaled $138.93.
- Lashonna Newton, 18, same address, allegedly concealed a pair of Levi's jeans in her purse. The jeans totaled $39.99.
- Ariana Hinds, 21, same address, allegedly concealed three tank tops in her purse. The merchandise totaled $20.97.
All three were cited for retail theft and released. The citations were filed through District Judge Joseph Barner's office.
This information was provided by Colonial Regional Police; it does not indicate a conviction.