BALTIMORE (WMAR) - A Baltimore City Police Detective will have to resign after she pled guilty today to theft charges.
Detective Darlene Early and her daughter, Ciara Anderson, both pled guilty to theft under $1,000 for stealing groceries earlier this year from a store where Anderson worked.
On March 9, Anderson was working as a cashier at the Food Depot in the 2400 block of Belair Road, intentionally undercharged her mother by $300,58 for groceries.
Early, 41, received probation before judgment. She is to serve 3 months of probation, which will become unsupervised when she fulfills three requirements. Early must resign from the police force, pay $300.58 in restitution and stay away from the Food Depot.
Anderson, 18, also received probation before judgment and was placed on supervised probation for 6 months.
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