Four arrested in connection with thefts at Savers

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Four arrested in connection with thefts at Savers
Four people face charges following a series of thefts at Savers. (Photo/Laura Hayes)

MARLBOROUGH – Four people have been arrested in connection with a series of thefts at Savers on East Main Street, according to Marlborough Police.

The thefts involved cutting the locks off storage trailers and stealing merchandise inside.

On Friday, April 5, at 3:10 a.m., Officer Kyle Skagerlind was checking the perimeter of the Savers building when he reportedly saw a U-Haul truck parked behind the building. According to a press release from the department, Skagerlind saw one man placing merchandise into a bag and another hiding in a dumpster.

Police said that both were apprehended. When additional officers responded, police located two women hiding in a storage trailer. 

Officers searched the U-Haul and the suspects’ property and reportedly found narcotics believed to be methamphetamine, lock-picking tools and bolt cutters along with dozens of credit cards, IDs and additional merchandise that was believed to be stolen. 

Police charged Justin R. Generelli, 37, of Worcester, with breaking into a depository; conspiracy; possession of burglarious instruments; trespassing; and larceny from a building.

Kevin Thompson, 38, of Worcester was charged with breaking into a depository; conspiracy; possession of burglarious instruments; trespassing; possession of a Class B drug; possession of a Class C drug; possession of a Class E drug; larceny from a building; and improperly receiving stolen credit cards (four or more).

Trisha Lee Benson, 41, of Southbridge was charged with breaking into a depository; conspiracy; possession of a burglarious instrument; trespassing; and larceny from a building.

Cherisa Gazaille, 39, of Oakham was charged with breaking into a depository; conspiracy; possession of a burglarious instrument; trespassing; and larceny from a building.

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