Mom Impersonates Daughter During Attempted Shoplifting: Cops

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    Glastonbury Police
    A Bristol mother is accused of impersonating her own daughter during an attempted shoplifting in Glastonbury.

    A 38-year-old Bristol mother identified herself as her own daughter when she was questioned about am attempted shoplifting at a Glastonbury supermarket, according to police.

    Police said Sonia Matthews tried to leave Stop & Shop on Glastonbury Boulevard with $197 worth of merchandise and a Glastonbury police officer witnessed it.
    Matthews gave investigators her own daughter’s name and information as her own, police said.

    She could not post bond and will appear in Manchester Superior Court on Wednesday.

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