Man allegedly stuffed roses down pants at Hannaford on Mother's Day
KINGSTON, N.Y. -- On Mother's Day, a 21-year-old Kingston man was arrested for allegedly trying to shoplift a dozen roses from the Hannaford grocery store by stuffing them in his pants.
Arrested 3:20 p.m. Sunday was Herbert D. Hill Jr., of 68 Glenn St., police reported. Hill allegedly was seen by Hannaford security putting the dozen roses down his pants and then attempting to leave the store without paying.
Police said the roses were valued at $24.99.
Hill was arrested for petit larceny, a misdemeanor, and released on an appearance ticket.
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