Warminster Township, PA. DUI, Drug, Assault Criminal Defense Attorney – Keith McAndrews Legal
Warminster Township (also referred to as Warminster) is located in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, United States and was formally established in 1711. It is 13.7 miles north of Philadelphia and had a population of 32,682 according to the 2010 U.S. census. The town was called Warminster Township as early as 1685, before its borders were formally established in 1711. It was originally part of Southampton Township, which was founded in 1682 by William Penn. Warminster was named after a small town in the county of Wiltshire, at the western extremity of Salisbury Plain, England.
Retail Theft In PA
A person can be found guilty of a retail theft if:
- A person carries away, transfers, takes possession of any merchandise for sale by a retail establishment without paying for the full retail value.
- Removes any label or price tags that determines the value of the merchandise.
- Transfers any merchandise at a retail establishment from one container to another container in order to alter the retail value.
- Destroys any security tags or security mechanisms that are intended to prevent the theft of a possession from a retail store.
Retail theft is a summary offense only if this is the first offense and the merchandise that is take was under $150. A person could face imprisonment and fines depending on if the theft is a first or second degree charge. If you have been charged with retail theft in Warminster Township, Pennsylvania, no matter how small or large, contact the legal team at Keith McAndrews Legal.