Lebanon Reporter

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August 1, 2012

Kirklin man charged with theft from Goodwill

Lebanon — A Kirklin man faces theft charges after Lebanon Police arrested him Wednesday morning for allegedly stealing items, including women’s clothing, from a collection box at a Goodwill store.

Michael Luke, 57, 700 block of West Doty Avenue, was wearing a denim mini-skirt, women’s top, wig and sandals when officers arrested him, Lebanon Police spokesman Lt. Brent Wheat said Wednesday.

Luke, who was charged with class D felony theft, has an initial hearing scheduled at 2 p.m. today in Boone Superior Court II.

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