EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP, N.J. — Authorities say a New Jersey woman made up a story that her granddaughter was missing inside a Walmart so that her son could steal clothes and candy. Police in Egg Harbor Township say that Donna Hall and her son Nicholas Hall were charged after Tuesday’s incident. Police say Donna Hall...
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