Monroe Dispatch - No Struggle, No Progress

Something for Nothing? Never!


October 19, 2017 | View PDF

Arriel J. Cameron

In the world we live, a person working on a job can always make more money than they can steal. To have a job is a blessing. Many would live longer if they had a job paying decent money. There are so many young folks walking around idle and can't get a job due to circumstances like drug screens, criminal records, etc. In West Monroe, LA, police were alerted of missing money from a business on October 13. According to police reports documentation and video evidence were provided in reference to employee/arrestee Arriel Cameron placing money in her pockets while working on two different dates. The suspect was advised of Miranda Rights which she stated and understood and waived. One of the documents provided revealed was a written statement by suspect written by her without duress of her own free will. The suspect admitted verbally and in writing taking over $600. The store confirmed the amount of the theft to be $640 while the suspect was arrested and charged with theft. There are three sides to every story. This was one side of this story. The Monroe Dispatch welcomes another or the other side of this story. You make the news, we only print it!


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