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Son caught selling mom's clothes

Posted: May 4, 2012 - 11:09am  |  Updated: May 4, 2012 - 1:49pm

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A Grovetown mother recently banned her son from her home after she discovered he’d sold some of her clothing and accessories to an Evans consignment shop.

The 40-year-old said she recently noticed several purses and articles of clothing missing from the closet of her Country Glen Circle home.

While shopping with her 18-year-old son Thursday at Uptown Cheapskate, she found one of her purses on a rack for sale.

According to records at the store on Washington Road in Evans, the woman’s son sold the purse and several items of clothing to the store a few days before. The woman said her son told her he’d only sold his own items to the store.

The woman told her son he wasn’t allowed back to her home for any reason and if he returned, she’d pursue criminal trespass charges.

After she’s taken an inventory of missing items from her home, the woman said she does plan to press charges against her son for the theft.

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Names Omitted...Good Idea

It shows compassion by the CCNT folks to omit the names. The woman is heartbroken, I'm sure.

Barry Paschal

We appreciate the compliment, but...

...don't be so quick to give us credit for compassion. The names are not used because no charges were filed.


Keep It in the Family

A couple of family member crimes this week. Brother steals sister's car and this one. At least we keep it in the family in Columbia County.


Good for Mom!! It's about

Good for Mom!! It's about time we hold these ADULT offspring responsible for their actions.