Aimee Bosquez

Name:
Bosquez, Aimee Leigh

Date of Booking:
06/14/2022

Reason(s) For Booking:
THEFT BY SHOPLIFTING – MISDEMEANOR

THEFT BY SHOPLIFTING – FELONY

Officer’s Narrative:
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On June 14, 2022, at about 2108 hrs., I responded to 200 Mall Blvd. (Belks’) in reference to a report of a theft by shoplifting, where two white females, later identified as Ms. Jane Oyler, and Ms. Aimee Bosquez, were in the custody of Belks’ Loss Prevention employee, Mr. [WITNESS #1], for attempting to steal various women’s undergarments. Upon my arrival, I made contact with Mr. [WITNESS #1], Ms. Oyler, and Ms. Bosquez.

Mr. [WITNESS #1] stated both subjects came into the store about 2030 hrs., and began shopping in the women’s lingerie section and concealing women’s undergarments in their purses. Mr. [WITNESS #1] stated he caught both subjects as they were attempting to exit the store. Mr. [WITNESS #1] stated Ms. Oyler attempted to steal a total of $171.72 in items, and Ms. Bosquez attempted to steal $149.46 in items.

After speaking with Mr. [WITNESS #1], Ms. Oyler and Ms. Bosquez were taken into custody without incident and placed in handcuffs. The handcuffs were double-locked and checked for tightness. After a limited search incident to the arrest, both subjects were later secured in the back seat of my marked patrol vehicle. Mr. [WITNESS #1] was advised the incident would be documented and was given a case number to this report. Mr. [WITNESS #1] was reminded of his responsibility of securing the warrants, related to this incident, through the Magistrate Court.

Ms. Oyler and Ms. Bosquez were transported to the GCDC where they were later released to the custody of the jail staff, upon completion of booking paperwork. Criminal Histories were ran on both subjects, through Service, to see if they were any prior shoplifting convictions. Ms. Oyler had no previous convictions for shoplifting, but Ms. Bosquez had 3 previous convictions for shoplifting (12/05/2012, 07/08/2013, and 02/12/2014).

Ms. Oyler was charged with Theft by Shoplifting (Misd.), and Ms. Bosquez was charged with Theft by Shoplifting (Felony) for the subsequent 4th charge of shoplifting. A warrant was completed in reference to Ms. Bosquez’ felony charge. This encounter was audio and video recorded, and the video was later uploaded into Evidence.com, along with all related documents. All stolen items were recovered by Mr. [WITNESS #1] prior to my arrival.

No further incidents to report.