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NM woman heads to trial for stealing $2 pumpkin

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — A 23-year-old college student from New Mexico is scheduled to go to trial for allegedly stealing a small pumpkin worth two dollars.

KOAT-TV (http://bit.ly/wXg7PI ) in Albuquerque, N.M., reports that Lauren Medina will go before a jury and Moriarity Magistrate Judge Steve Jones on Tuesday. She is accused of taking the pumpkin in October 2011 from McCall's Pumpkin Patch in Moriarty.

Her sister, Annette Atencio, says Medina spent $75 on food that day but forgot to pay for the pumpkin she picked up as she was leaving. Atencio says her sister offered to pay but was refused and then handcuffed.

Atencio says she's in disbelief that the theft charge against her sister was not dropped.

She says her sister could have pleaded guilty and be given probation, but refused.

Florida Man Charged With Felony for Allegedly Stealing $1 Cup of Soda From McDonald's

A Florida man was arrested and held on $6,500 bond after police in
Collier County said he left a McDonald's without paying for a cup of
soda valued at $1.
Mark Abaire, 52, had apparently asked staff at the Naples restaurant for a courtesy
cup of water, but instead he allegedly filled the cup with soda from the
soda fountain and sat outside of the restaurant, according to a story in the Naples Daily News which cited the police report of the Thursday incident.

Abaire allegedly refused to pay for the soda when he was asked to do so,
refused to leave the restaurant and cursed at the manager, the Naples
Daily News also reported.

He was charged with petty theft, trespassing and disorderly intoxication
after the Thursday arrest, and sent to Collier County jail. Petty theft
is usually a misdemeanor, but because Abaire has previous convictions
for theft, the charge was upgraded to a felony. The trespassing and
disorderly intoxication charges are misdemeanors.

Abaire could face five years in prison if he is convicted of the felony.

Records indicate Abaire will return to court on May 14.
By Suzan Clarke | ABC News Blogs
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