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MOUNT PLEASANT — Three women are facing felony charges for retail theft after allegedly attempting to steal upwards of $4,000 worth of clothing items from Kohl’s department store on Friday, according to the Mount Pleasant Police Department.

Police said they were called to Kohl’s, 5500 Washington Ave., at 11:21 a.m. on Friday after the three women reportedly ran away from store security, but officers arrested them as they approached a vehicle in the parking lot. Two of them allegedly resisted arrest and face an additional charge for that.

According to a news release, the women’s names are Nicholette Glover, 24, Dimonique McPike, 23, and Shalonda Bradford, 27.

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Edited: The address of Kohl's was incorrect when this story was initially posted on JournalTimes.com Saturday and in print Sunday. It has now been fixed online.

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