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Chesterfield, VA—Two people have been arrested in connection with multiple larcenies from vehicles in three counties in Virginia.
48 year-old Cassandra L. Green and 31 year-old Rosoda D. Satchell are accused of taking cash, wallets and other items from unlocked trucks at travel centers in Chesterfield, Hanover and New Kent Counties.
Green and Satchell, both from Richmond, were arrested July 2, and charged with credit card theft and credit card fraud.
Police believe that both suspects were involved in at least 12 larcenies in Chesterfield, 7 larcenies in Hanover, and 1 larceny in New Kent. Additional charges for these crimes are pending.
Green and Satchell are currently being held without bond at the Chesterfield County jail, awaiting an appearance in Chesterfield County District Court.