Tina Oglesby: Jupiter woman charged with taking $32K in donated items from Goodwill

JUPITER, Fla. - A Jupiter woman is facing charges that she took items from the Goodwill Industries donation bin.

According to an arrest report issued by the Jupiter Police Department, Tina Oglesby was identified on surveillance video driving a black Audi and taking items from the bins behind the Goodwill store located at 1280 W Indiantown Road.

Investigators said that on Sept. 23, 2013 Oglesby was issued a trespass warning after she reportedly took items from the Indiantown Road donation bins.

Goodwill officials installed surveillance cameras at the location to record any losses.

Oglesby, according to Goodwill, was recorded taking donated items.

Jupiter police say that over the period of time of time that Oglesby took clothing along with household items and electronics.

Goodwill says the stolen donations are worth a total of $32,000.

Police said that a teen was also spotted with Oglesby taking donations from the bins.

Oglesby was arrested by the Jupiter police and charged with burglary of a structure, larceny over $20,000, grand theft and contributing to the delinquency of a minor.

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