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Cumberland Man Arrested for Theft Downtown

April 15th, 2020 by WCBC Radio

On April 14th, 2020 officers of the Cumberland Police Department responded to a Queen City Drive business for a reported theft complaint. Upon officers arrival they spoke with an employee who advised they observed Vincent DePaul Susnowitz to place store property into his pocket and leave the store without paying. An employee followed Susnowitz and officers were able to locate him and the stolen property. Susnowitz was issued a criminal citation for theft and was released pending his court appearance.

 

Vincent DePaul Susnowitz, age 74, Cumberland Maryland.

Charge: Theft less than $100.

5 Responses to “Cumberland Man Arrested for Theft Downtown”

  1. April 15, 2020 at 9:24 am, Bob said:

    Another gentleman previously of Baltimore. His great grandson died there a couple years ago at the age of 28 so the arithmetic would indicate that he is the sort of rascal who would fit in either place.

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  2. April 15, 2020 at 11:52 am, Leslie said:

    Why would any rational human being post a comment about this gentleman’s deceased family member that has absolutely nothing to do with this news article? Not only does this comment make NO sense, but it is extremely hateful and uncalled for. This is the problem with todays society. So quick to judge others without knowing any of the circumstances around the issue that generated this article. There has only ever been 1 perfect man to walk this earth and his name sure wasnt “Bob”. And by the way, “Bob”, you may want to explain to the public how arithmetic can indicate anything when the only numerical values you’ve given in your entire comment is a person’s age. Another useless, unnecessary, and ignorant comment from someone that makes no sense or uses any intellect in typing a simple comment. I will never understand why and how people can throw so many stones at each other when not a single one of us is perfect or is anywhere close to being perfect.

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  3. April 15, 2020 at 1:17 pm, Jerry Lancaster said:

    Why doesn’t the writer put the names of businesses involved in the article?
    What was stolen? What is the value? If it was a food item, perhaps the person had no money and was hungry.
    a little more information would make these news articles more interesting and readable.
    These short stories with no information to support them are not really news!

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  4. April 27, 2020 at 12:34 am, Anonymous said:

    It wasn’t food

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  5. April 27, 2020 at 12:37 am, Anonymous said:

    It wasn’t food
    And he did have money

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