Memphis lady turns her daughter in for snatching woman’s purse

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Memphis Law enforcement say a girl turned her daughter and another suspect in to the law enforcement right after discovering that they have been wished for snatching a woman’s purse.

Police say 20-year-aged Homernisha Jones and 18-yr-previous Autumn Duff ended up wanted for grabbing a woman’s purse and using her credit cards as they went on a paying spree.

Surveillance footage captured the two going for walks in and out of the Walmart in the 7500 block of Winchester, apparently viewing for prospective victims.

A law enforcement affidavit suggests Jones’s mother say them on information and needed to turn them in. A limited time later, the mother brought not only her daughter to the Ridgeway Law enforcement precinct, but Duff, as properly.

The Police affidavits states Jones suggests they went into the Walmart with no funds and observed the sufferer placing her purse in a browsing cart. When the victim turned her back, Jones states she grabbed the purse, and she and Duff ran out of the shop.

Jones says they took a credit score card and went to the Marathon Gas station and bought fuel right before supplying the card to Autumn Duff. They went shopping at Citi Developments, getting garments and sneakers. Their buying spree finished when they went to McDonald’s and bought food stuff with the credit score card.

The two gals now experience charges of unlawful possession of a credit history card, theft of home of $1,000 or considerably less and id theft. Law enforcement say the purse snatching target was contacted and instructed her credit rating card was billed at numerous destinations to the extra of $500.