Two Bel Air women involved in the on Maryland Route 543 have been charged with theft, according to court documents.
Nicole Ashley Albers, 27, of the 700 block of Farnham Place, has been charged with one count each of theft less than $100 and theft less than $1,000, court records show. Alycia Marie Hoffman, 23, of the 800 block of Albion Place, has been charged with two counts of theft less than $100.
Albers was the driver and Hoffman her in the July accident that killed Carolyn Dicocco, 64, of Bel Air, according to Maryland State Police. State police Bel Air barrack spokesman Chuck Moore said the .
The theft charges stem from an April 10 incident at the Bel Air in the 1200 block of Churchville Road.
According to charging documents, the two women allegedly stole a “Tower” stereo, a portable speaker case, a digital camera case, hair dye, hair reviver, a fingertip massager and headphones from the store.
All of the items were allegedly found in Albers’ husband’s car at her Farnham Place residence, police said. The vehicle description given by witnesses to the robbery matched the one parked at Albers’ house, according to police.
Albers, who was arrested Sept. 29 and released from the Harford County Detention Center the same day, has a Harford County District Court date scheduled for 8:30 a.m. Dec. 12. Hoffman, who was not arrested, has a district court date scheduled for 8:30 a.m. Dec. 29.