Police: Woman Stole Jewelry from Massapequa Homes

Farmingdale woman charged with stealing from sisters.

A Farmingdale woman stole About $3,000 worth of jewelry from two Massapequa homes belonging to siblings, Nassau County Police said.

Ashley B. Lucarello, 27, lived in the homes from June 2010 to August of this year.

She allegedly swiped the jewelry belonging to four female family members during that time, police said.

The family members eventually discovered the thefts and reported them to authorities, police said.

Lucarello is charged with grand larceny and will be arraigned Wednesday at First District Court in Hempstead.

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tj December 12, 2012 at 03:18 PM
Hilarious.....u can get your mug on the computer too easily these days, scary...
debbie amato December 12, 2012 at 04:21 PM
Obviously the woman has a problem. What a great family she comes from...turned in by her own sisters. I have five sisters and I can never imagine charging them with a crime...I would try to help them.
Jane Farmer December 14, 2012 at 02:19 AM
Obviously this is a troubled girl to steal from her own family. When a person you love needs help but refuses to admit it, how far would you go to try and save them? We don't know how many times this has happened or for how long its been going on. The article states it was "4 family members in 2 different households". She obviously had no place to live and her "siblings" were kind enough to take her in and put a roof over her head. She is a 28 yr old, not an orphaned child. Seems to me desperate times called for desperate measures for this family. You are criticizing them when, isn't it possible she is refusing help and they are trying to get the court to mandate treatment? Just a thought...


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