Three Marthasville Teens Arrested After a Failed Attempt to Steal Money to Buy Marijuana

Three Marthasville teens were under arrest after a failed attempt to steal money to buy marijuana on December 8, 2012 was discovered by police. 17-year-old Corey Reiling-Clark, 17-year-old Jacob Fuse, and 17-year-old Jasper Meyer-Coates all are facing charges in the innocent. Police allege Reiling-Clark, who works at the S&R Convince Store in Marthasville, concocted a plan to steal money from the store. Surveillance tapes show that Reiling-Clark had hidden his friend Meyer-Coates in the store before closing. After Reiling-Clark locked up for the night, Meyer-Coates emerged from the cooler and stole around $500 in cash and some check left in a specific location by Reiling-Clark. Once Meyer-Coates got the money and left the store, he was picked up by Reiling-Clark and Fuse and the three drove to Washington where they divided up the money. The three told police they then used the money to purchase marijuana and have a party. Police investigating the incident reviewed the surveillance tapes and arrested all three shortly afterwards.

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