2nd Suspect Arrested in Bed, Bath & Beyond Theft

By: Press Release
By: Press Release

On September 24, 2011 the Dothan Police Department responded to a theft of property call at Bed, Bath & Beyond. Upon arrival, employees stated two black females had stolen multiple comforter sets which were displayed outside for a sidewalk sale. Employees were able to record a tag number from the suspect vehicle which investigators used to identify a possible suspect, Keisha Franklin. Employees who witnessed the theft positively identified Franklin who has located and arrested last week. Investigators say they have now identified and arrested the second suspect and will officially close this case.

• Keisha Franklin, black female, 24 years of age, of Ussery Street was previously arrested and charged with Second Degree Theft of Property with a $15,000 bond.

• Daffiny Franklin, black female, 33 years of age, of Price Street was has now been arrested and charged with Second Degree Theft of Property with a $15,000 bond.


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  • by Alicia Location: Florida on Nov 7, 2011 at 08:14 AM
    I am so poor, I have no money, so I think I'm entitled to steal comforters from a store. If you was needing covers you could have went to the Salvation Army store, they sell covers for a small amount of money.Stores have to buy those comforters to sell, they don't get them free. Yall should be ashame of yall selves.
  • by Kathy Location: Enterprise on Nov 2, 2011 at 09:48 PM
    I might have a little more sympathy if these thieves were stealing something like diapers or food but comforter sets? These women should be ashamed--but something tells me they are NOT!!! SCUM!
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