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Police: Reston Man Shoplifted Six Times from Same Store Since March

by RestonNow.com — May 12, 2017 at 12:15 pm 7 Comments

A 55-year-old Reston man shoplifted a half-dozen times from the same grocery store in Loudoun County since March, police say.

The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office says Johnny E. Conner was caught at about 4 p.m. Wednesday at the Wegmans store in Sterling’s Dulles 28 shopping center. They report Conner was found by a deputy to have concealed items in a bag and attempt to leave without paying for them.

Police say they believe Conner did the same thing at the store on March 1, March 8, March 9, March 11 and April 27.

Conner was charged with six counts of grand larceny and “additional charges are likely,” police say. He is being held at Loudoun County Adult Detention Center with no bond.

  • Richard

    If only Trump would start rounding up those Irish we wouldn’t have these problems.

    • Mike M

      You think Johnny is Irish? I don’t. You might want to think a little harder about US History. By the way, Trump should round up all criminals. Illegal aliens are just that. Illegal. Roundin’ ’em up is the job of those charged with enforcing the law. Trump is our President. Get over it.

    • Tom H

      Sense…. of ….. humor…. Mike….

  • Waitwhat

    With a name like that, he was destined to break the law.

  • Greg

    It took the Loudoun cops six times to catch him?

    And no bond for shoplifting? That’s extreme.

    • Jenny Gibbers

      Grand larceny, so he probably stole caviar or chanterelle mushrooms. Unsure, seems odd.

  • MasterBabe

    Curious about what he was stealing…food? Hmmm

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