Three Macon women arrested on felony charges after traffic stop

lmorris@macon.comFebruary 7, 2014 

Three Macon women were arrested and charged with felonies after a traffic stop Friday on Interstate 75 South.

Monroe County sheriff’s deputies stopped a blue Grand Marquis about 3 p.m. after noticing the vehicle had extremely dark window tint, according to a news release.

Deputies discovered about $500 of stolen goods in the floorboard.

One passenger, who was not arrested, told deputies the items, which included baby clothes and cooking pans, were stolen from the Tanger Outlet and Wal-Mart in Locust Grove.

According to the release:

Nyreshia Smith, 23, was charged with giving false statements in a government matter, a felony. She has several prior charges including identity fraud, criminal damage to property and passing fraudulent checks. She has warrants from Bibb, Upson, and Dodge counties.

The driver of the vehicle, Parscha Clark, 20, was charged with driving on a suspended license and window tint violation. She also has a warrant for her arrest from Henry County for disorderly conduct.

Kiana Cummings, 18, was charged with giving false statements in a government matter, a felony. She also has a warrant for her arrest from Bibb County. This is her third arrest on shoplifting charges.

The stolen items were turned over to the Locust Grove Police Department for prosecution, and the Grand Marquis was impounded. All three women were taken to the Monroe County jail.

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