Two Suspects in Mail Thefts Arrested
On January 11 at 11:52 a.m., officers received a call from a citizen about people in a white Toyota passenger car stealing mail in the 11200 block of Carroll Drive in Waldorf. PFC C. Gustafson checked the area and located the vehicle driving on Stony Cove Drive. PFC Gustafson stopped the vehicle and identified the driver and occupant as Taylor Nichelle Cain, 23, of Fort Washington, and Brittany Re’Chelle Moten, 24, of Upper Marlboro. Cain had an open warrant through Prince George’s County. Inside the car, officers discovered mail that had been stolen from a number of addresses, stolen checks and marijuana. Both suspects were subsequently linked to several mail theft cases throughout the area. PFC C. Gustafson, PFC J. Smith and Detective E. Clark are investigating.
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