Two arrested, eight still at large after "flash mob" steals more than $30K in clothing
PLEASANT PRAIRIE, Wis. (CBS 58) -- Two of the ten men involved in a flash mob that stole more than $30,000 worth of clothing from a Pleasant Prairie North Face store have been arrested by Chicago authorities.
Pleasant Prairie police say 28-year-old Bernard Stratton and 25-year-old Jerrod C. Brim were arrested on charges of felony retail theft and for being a party to a crime in retail theft as repeat offenders.
Arrest warrants were obtained for four additional suspects who have been identified as 28-year-old Terrance M. Henderson, 27-year-old Kristian R. Green, 27-year-old Clifford L. Fields, and 30-year-old Ernest T. Hopkins.
According to the criminal complaints, all of the men have current addresses in Chicago.