Two women who are accused of taking a number of cell phones from one pawn shop and trying to flip them at another belonging to the same company have found themselves in jail, not only for the thefts but for threatening to shoot officer’s family members.
Seventeen year old Monica Suarez and 18 year old Carly Madison Good are charged with theft and retaliation following the Sunday attempted transaction.
Officers were first called to the E-Z Pawn store at 645 North Valley Mills Drive in Waco at 4:45 p.m. Sunday after store employees noticed several cell phones missing from a display area where two women had been looking for a lengthy period of time.
The women had gone by the time the theft was noticed.
But only a short time later they turned up at another E-Z Pawn location, this time at 301 east Waco Drive where they attempted to pawn the same phones they had taken from the first E-Z Pawn store.
Police arrived there a short time later while the two women sere still there and recovered the phones taken at the Valley Mills Drive store.
After getting the women into a squad car, one of them had managed to wiggle out of the handcuffs and threw them at an officer causing a minor injury.
Then on the way to the jail, the women are accused of telling the officers they would get guns and go after members of the officer’s families.
That led to the additional charges.