The Daily Item, Sunbury, PA


January 6, 2011

Two Sunbury residents charged with felony theft

— SUNBURY -  Two Sunbury residents are charged with felony theft and conspiracy charges for stealing $2,000 in merchandise from Wal-Mart stores in Selinsgrove, Lewisburg and Montoursville over a four-day period.

State police at Selinsgrove arrested David Alphonse Goad, 40, and Keith James Robinson, 37, both of 728 Market St., Sunbury, on charges they stole a computer and three flat screen televisions valued at $2,080 from the three stores in Snyder, Union and Lycoming counties between Nov. 29 and Dec. 2

Police said video surveillance shows the thefts were committed by the same individuals.

Robinson was taken into custody Dec. 5 on suspicion of retail theft at Wal-Mart in Coal Township, Northumberland County.

He admitted taking part in the other thefts and several televisions and a computer were found at the home he shares with Goad, police said.

Goad also admitted stealing the items, as well, police said.

Both were each charged with felony receiving stolen property, retail theft and conspiracy and are scheduled to appear at a Feb. 1 preliminary hearing before District Judge Edward Mihalik Jr. in Monroe Township.

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