RACINE — Two Racine women face felony charges after they allegedly tried to steal a woman’s vehicle, iPhone and more than $200 in cash.
After the suspects were arrested, police reported finding many electronic devices and other items in the suspects’ possession, including multiple cellphones, a Samsung tablet, a Bluetooth speaker, an iPod, “a large package of frozen meat,” perfume, shampoo and a hairbrush.
Stacey Marie Adorno, 34, and Crystal Marie Johnson, 35, both of the 600 block of College Avenue, have been charged with felony robbery and misdemeanor attempting to drive a vehicle without owner’s consent.
According to the criminal complaints:
At about 10:30 p.m. Sunday, a woman was sitting in a vehicle on the 700 block of Marquette Street talking on the phone when Adorno and Johnson allegedly came up to the vehicle, yelling and cursing.
Johnson allegedly told the woman, “I’m asking you a question, (expletive),” before opening the driver’s side door and screaming, “Give me the key, (expletive)!”
Adorno then allegedly chimed in, saying, “And the phone too!”
The woman told police she was scared and did as she was told before fleeing to a nearby apartment and getting someone to call 911.
The two women fled on foot, but were found soon after in the 700 block of Washington Avenue, according to the Racine Police Department.
Adorno has prior convictions for taking and driving a vehicle without consent, drug dealing and theft in the past five years.
Dating to 2003, Johnson has convictions for multiple instances of retail theft, felony fraud in an attempt to obtain controlled substances, escaping criminal arrest and prostitution.
In a separate incident, Adorno has been charged with retail theft after allegedly stealing less than $30 worth of liquor on Feb. 6.
Johnson’s cash bond has been set at $500. Adorno’s cash bond has been set at $700. Both remained in custody as of Tuesday afternoon at the County Jail.
Today's mugshots: Feb. 28
These are images of people charged with a crime in Racine County. Booking photos are provided by Racine County law enforcement officials. A defendant is presumed innocent unless proven guilty and convicted.
Terrence Q Buford
Terrence Q Buford, 3300 block of 9th Avenue, Racine, manufacture/deliver THC (less than or equal to 200 grams, possession with intent to deliver/distribute a controlled substance on or near a school), manufacture/deliver cocaine (between 1-5 grams, possession with intent to deliver/distribute a controlled substance on or near a school), delivery of MDMA (possession with intent to deliver/distribute a controlled substance on or near a school), maintaining a drug trafficking place, possession of a firearm by adjudicated delinquent.
Jonathan D Jones
Jonathan D Jones, 4000 block of Erie Street, Racine, operating while intoxicated causing injury (1st offense, with a minor child in the vehicle).
Emmanuel L McDaniel
Emmanuel L McDaniel, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, possession with intent to deliver/distribute/manufacture THC (less than or equal to 200 grams), possession of drug paraphernalia, operate motor vehicle while revoked.
Zisirtike Z McMillian
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Zisirtike Z McMillian, 2200 block of Howe Street, Racine, manufacture/deliver THC (less than or equal to 200 grams).
Devonta I Caples
Devonta I Caples, 1800 block of Geneva Street, Racine, possession of drug paraphernalia, misdemeanor bail jumping.
Jordan K Faultersack
Jordan K Faultersack, 5600 block of Castle Court, Racine, misdemeanor theft.
Bill (aka Donnell) Jenkins, 1400 block of South Emmertsen Road, Mount Pleasant, misdemeanor battery (domestic abuse assessments), disorderly conduct (domestic abuse assessments).
Angelo S Morris
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Angelo S Morris, Waukegan, Illinois, misdemeanor retail theft (intentionally take less than or equal to $500).
Elsander (aka Makie) Phillips, 900 block of Main Street, Racine, retail theft (intentionally conceal less than or equal to $500).
Paris J Watkins
Paris J Watkins, 4900 block of 47th Avenue, Kenosha, operating a motor vehicle while under the influence (1st offense, with a minor child in the vehicle), operating without a license (2nd offense within 3 years), misdemeanor bail jumping.
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