Two more charged in alleged Norridge store theft
Updated: December 30, 2012 3:11PM
NORRIDGE — Two more former store employees have been charged in relation to an alleged theft of goods from a Norridge store.
Sara Santoria, 22, 6859 W. Addison St. in Chicago, was charged Nov. 13 with felony theft after she allegedly manipulated sales receipts to obtain $1,100 in electronics from h.h. gregg, 7100 Forest Preserve Drive, Norridge police said.
Victoria Sievers, 22, 3636 N. Hoyne Ave. in Chicago, was charged with attempted theft after she reportedly manipulated sales receipts to obtain $1,000 in furniture. The items never left the store.
Santoria and Sievers join Stacy James-Ramirez, 39, 1387 Castlewood Ave. in Crystal Lake, who was charged Nov. 5 with felony theft following a months-long investigation by police.
During the course of the investigation, which began Oct. 15, James-Ramirez allegedly, on various occasions, walked out of the store without paying for items worth a total of $3,927, police said. James-Ramirez received a $30,000 bond and a Nov. 29 court date in Rolling Meadows.
Ramirez received a $10,000 bond and a Dec. 7 court date in Rolling Meadows.
Sievers received a $1,000 bond and a Dec. 20 court date in Rolling Meadows.