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Victorville woman arrested for selling stolen merchandise on Facebook sentenced to 180 days

VICTORVILLE, Calif. (VVNG.com) — A Victorville woman was sentenced to 180 days in jail and three years probation after she was arrested for selling stolen merchandise from the Mall of Victor Valley on Facebook.

Marshay Horton, 19, was convicted of Felony Possession of Stolen Property on March 19th after the Victorville Police Department’s Retail Theft Division received information about the stolen property being sold on Facebook.

In January 2018, deputies from Victorville Police Department’s Retail Theft Division began an investigation into the merchandise being sold on Facebook by Horton who was on active probation for a previous grand theft charge, officials said.

Deputies conducted a probation check at Horton’s home, in the 14500 block of Tucson Street where they located and recovered a large amount of stolen merchandise.

Danielle Jones, 18, and Myisha Davis, 18, were both cited for possession of stolen property after deputies found stolen property being stored at their residence.

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