Warrant out for woman accused of stealing fake nails

A warrant was issued last week for the arrest of a woman accused of stealing a package of fake press-on nails from a pharmacy in Bloomfield.

Goldie Louise Kieninger, 36, is wanted on a preliminary charge of theft, a Class A misdemeanor.

Kieninger allegedly stole a package of KISS 100 press-on nails from the Bloomfield CVS Pharmacy on Wednesday, July 18.

Bloomfield Town Marshal Kenneth Tharp responded to the store after the manager called 911 to report the theft.

Tharp arrived on the scene before the suspect made it out of the parking lot.

The manager told Tharp that after Kieninger picked up a prescription in the pharmacy area, he watched her walk to the cosmetic area, pick up the package of false nails then walk to a different aisle where she put the item into the CVS bag from the pharmacy. He called police immediately.

According to Tharp, Kieninger apologized and asked to pay for the nails. He told her it was too late and that information for a criminal charge would be given to the county prosecutor with a request for a warrant for her arrest.

The county prosecutor’s office did file a criminal case against Kieninger and the warrant was issued last Tuesday.