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"Professional Booster" notches the 100th shoplifting bust — and will be released again

A "professional booster" who is said to prefer shoplifting at Manhattan retailersis her 100th bust on weekendsShowed that there is a possibility of becoming. I will release you on bail again.

Michelle McKelly, 42, was arrested late Saturday for pocketing $ 125 worth of goods from Lower Manhattan's CVS, and was subsequently arrested for criminal judicial reform vulnerable to state crime. Released below.

Prosecutors said at the Manhattan Criminal Court on Sunday that McKelly did not appear 27 times incourts in her numerous past arrests, and five others are in dispute. There is an incident.

However, in the 2019 National Reform, prosecution will not be subject to bail. That is, the prosecutor could only ask her to allow her released under surveillance while her case was pending.

Judge Charlotte Davidson of Manhattan agreed that the charges were not subject to bail.

McKelly, who self-proclaimed a "professional booster" to police officers, was finally firedafter being charged with stealing from Duane Reade in East Harlem on Thursday. ..

Michelle McKelley
Daniel William McKnight

Last month she was guilty ofrobbing Rite Aid. Indicted on Second Avenueand 10 times on East 96th Street, then police officers reported that it was her 108th arrest. Court officials said Thursday's bust was just her 99th, without explaining the contradiction.

McKelly was very brave, and she boasted when she was arrested in Februaryfor stripping the Upper East Side target store. She said, "

" I have to wear new clothes, "she said at the time.

According to criminal accusations filed after apparently reaching the mark of the century in a weekend arrest, prosecutors grabbed McKelly's cocoa butter, chocolate bar, and soap bar and pushed it into a black duffel bag. After that, she said she was in a hurry. shop.

Michelle McKelley
Stephen Hirsch

Police officers later pursued McKelly and detained her.

When she left her courthouse, she was asked by the post what else she could do to earn her livelihood, and she said, "I will be the caretaker of the old man." I answered.

"What's wrong?" She asked.

"Life", she answered before leaving.