Crim­i­nal sum­monses served af­ter New Year’s Day

The Star Democrat - - LOCAL -

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.

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