Criminal summonses served after New Year’s Day
EASTON — The Easton Police Department served three criminal summons Jan. 2, a news release states.
Nicholas James Fisher, a 20-year-old Preston resident, was served with a criminal summons charging him with theft less than $100, theft less than $1,500 and theft scheme of $100 to $1,500. The release states the charges stem from an incident at Target in November. Fisher is accused of stealing an Amazon Fire tablet and a set of Powerbeats ear phones. He was issued his copy of the charges and released on signature, the release states.
Jamya Capri Nichols, a 18-year-old Easton resident, was served with a criminal summons charging her with two counts of theft under $100. The charges relate to incidents where Nichols allegedly failed to scan all the items that were being purchased and then changed the prices, making items less than they actually were, the release states. Nichols was issued her copy of the charging document and released on her signature.
Amanda Paige Johnson, a 28-year-old Easton resident, was served with a criminal summons charging her with one count of trespassing. The release states that on Jan. 2, Johnson tried to enter a Walmart store from which she previously had been banned. Johnson was issued her copy of the charging document and released on her signature.