Lebanon K-Mart shoplifter charged with robbery
Assaulted loss prevention security guard and then fled the store
LEBANON, NH - A Lebanon woman has been charged with robbery after she allegedly assaulted a security guard and fled the K-Mart store early Thursday evening after she was confronted about allegedly shoplifting items and asked to come back inside.
Julie Harriman, 45, of Lebanon was lodged in jail for lack of $10,000 cash bail and is due to be arraigned in Lebanon District Court on Friday, December 23rd on the Class B felony robbery charge.
Julie Harriman, 45, of Lebanon is facing a felony robbery charge
Lebanon Police Lt. Matthew Isham said in a statement Thursday night that his department had been contacted shortly after the 7:30 p.m. incident and officers responded to K-Mart and stopped Harriman's vehicle nearby and took her into custody.
Isham wrote that Harriman was confronted just outside the entrance to the store by "K-Mart Loss Prevention" workers and "began to come back inside of the store (but) then assaulted K-Mart Loss Prevention and fled the store," before, "Officers located the vehicle that Harriman had left the parking lot in and conducted a motor vehicle stop."
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