A link has been sent. Done Facebook ‘selfie’ leads to shoplifting arrest in Illinois: police By By Mary Wisniewski 9 hours ago 0 shares Done By Mary Wisniewski CHICAGO (Reuters) – An Illinois woman made police work easy when she allegedly stole a colorful, leopard-pattern dress from a small boutique, then posted a picture of herself wearing it on Facebook, police said on Monday. Danielle Saxton, 27, of West Frankfort allegedly took a dress and other items from Morties Boutique on July 11, and was spotted walking away from the store by the owner’s son, said owner Gay Williams Morton and police.
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Pieczynski, who was free on $50,000 bail, faced five years in prison on the Hunterdon County charges but fled the country in the days before his October 2012 sentencing by driving to New York and kayaking across the Lower Niagara River. He was eventually found in Toronto, at the home of a woman he had met on the Internet, federal authorities said. In May, Hunterdon County prosecutors announced he had been sentenced to four years in prison after a jury convicted him of one count of third-degree bail jumping. On Thursday, a Hunterdon County judge delivered the five-year sentence for the burglary and theft charges out of West Amwell, bringing an end to Pieczyinski’s cases in New Jersey. That sentence will run at the same time to the bail-jumping sentence.