Union City Police Find, Capture and Arrest Two Women in Vape Store Burglaries


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From Press Release/Police Report

Police in Millcreek Township and Union City have charged an 18-year-old Waterford woman and a 17-year-old girl with stealing vaping products in burglaries and a theft at businesses in the two communities early on the morning of Sept. 12.

Emmalee R. Gradler and the teen girl are accused of using rocks to break out windows and enter Erie Vapor Cabana, 5067 Peach St., in Millcreek, and Hopper’s Retro Gaming & Vaping, 128 S. Main St., in Union City. Vaping items were stolen from both stores, according to information in Gradler’s criminal complaint.

The two are also accused of stealing two vaping items from the Country Fair, 76 N. Main St., in Union City, on the morning of Sept. 12, police wrote in the complaint.

Investigators released information about the burglaries and surveillance video images of the suspects and their vehicle to the media on Oct. 15. Police received calls that day from Gradler and the teen, who identified themselves as the females in the released images. Both later admitted to committing the two burglaries and the retail theft, Union City Police Chief David Pernice and Millcreek police Detective Adam Hardner wrote in Gradler’s complaint.

Gradler was arraigned Thursday by Greene Township District Judge Susan Strohmeyer on charges including two second-degree felony counts each of burglary and conspiracy to commit burglary. She was released on $10,000 unsecured bond.

The teenage girl was charged through a juvenile allegation, Hardner said Friday.