A Mamaroneck woman was arrested for shoplifting on Sunday after security at Kohl's caught her stealing clothes and jewelry, Port Chester police said.
Francine Kozminsky, 49, walked into Kohl's on Boston Post Road a few minutes before 6:30 p.m. Store security officers watched Kosminsky via security cameras as the Mamaroneck woman conceiled several pieces of clothing, jewelry and accessories.
When Kozminsky walked past the cash registers and toward the store exit, security stopped her and called the Port Chester Police Department.
Kozminsky was charged with petty larceny, a misdemeanor. The stolen items were valued at $186 and were recovered.
'They Weren't Going Anywhere'
Three men from Port Chester and a man from Greenwich were ticketed Sunday night for drinking in public.
The men, who range in age from 27 to 43, were sitting inside a parked car near the intersection of Parker and Poningo streets when an officer spotted them a few minutes after 4 p.m., Capt. John Telesca said.
They were each ticketed for drinking in public, a violation. Although they were drinking in a car, police used discretion and did not tack on a DWI charge for the man in the driver's seat.
"They weren't going anywhere," Telesca said.
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