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Three NJ Women Busted for Stealing Veterans' Grave Markers

Three New Jersey women are behind bars for a crime, that is becoming more and more common according to police. Authorities say they stole brass markers from the graves of veterans at local cemeteries, and sold the stolen markers to a scrap yard. Authorities tell Eyewitness News the suspects needed drug money.

“You need money that bad, you have to start desecrating a grave?” said Sgt. Bill Covert with the Cinnaminson Police Department. Covert, who’s a veteran himself, said the we was floored to learn that someone would sink that low.

Inside an old shed at Lakeview Memorial Cemetery in Cinnaminson is where officials are keeping the stolen markers. Authorities say the women they arrested are responsible for stealing 380 grave markers and flower urns from local cemeteries including St. Mary’s in Bellmawr and Lakeview.

Police say, 19-year-old Arielle Levin, 25-year-old Tosha Fugett

Added: Jun-6-2011 Occurred On: Jun-6-2011
By: john1054
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Location: Cinnaminson Township, New Jersey, United States (load item map)
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