The Huron County Sheriff's Office is sorting out the items from two Dollar General stores in connection with a shoplifting investigation.
An employee with the Dollar General in Greenwich called the sheriff's office at 1:34 p.m. Dec. 3 about a possible shoplifting incident and requested a deputy respond. Deputy Shannon Lyons met with the store manager and suspect Sharon A. Graham, 43, of Seville.
"She (Graham) was in possession of $81 worth of clothing she stuffed in her purse," Chief Deputy Ted Patrick said.
When Lyons interviewed the manager, she said she recognized Graham from shopping there Dec. 2.
The deputy then found multiple items from two Dollar General stores in the trunk of Graham's car, Patrick said. Some of the merchandise included a pair of Ohio State shorts, two sweatshirts, three pairs of sweatpants, two pairs of gloves, a sock monkey, a couple movies and a small amount of jewelry.
"Some of the items (Graham) paid for and others she didn't," Patrick said. "She shoplifted from another Dollar General as well."
Graham was charged with two misdemeanor counts of theft. She must post 10 percent of a $10,000 bond before being released from the Huron County Jail.