Anthony Stuber and Peter Cardinale Stole From a Little Girl With Cancer, PCSO Says
Anthony Stuber and Peter Cardinale are the kind of guys who would steal money from a little girl with cancer, according to the Pinal County Sheriff's Office.
Specifically, a PCSO spokesman says they're the guys who went into San Tan Valley Walgreens stores and stole donation jars intended for 7-year-old Dakota Clark, who has Burkitt's Lymphoma.
Peter Cardinale, a 21-year-old Chandler resident, was the first one to steal a donation jar, as he made off with a couple hundred bucks in the July 22 theft, according to the Sheriff's Office.
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Cardinale was arrested this afternoon at his grandmother's house in Apache Junction.
Anthony Stuber, also 21, was the second person to allegedly steal a jar, as he took one from a Walgreens a few miles down the road on August 9.
PCSO also identified Stuber as the one who stole some fruity beer with his friend a few days before.
He was arrested on Tuesday and admitted to stealing the jar.
The Sheriff's Office says tips from the public led to both of the guys, who both face shoplifting charges.
The alleged dirtbags' mugshots at the top are a little small. So if you need a better look, the big versions are below:
Peter Cardinale (left) and Anthony Stuber stole from a little girl with cancer, according to the Pinal County Sheriff's Office.
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