Lower Paxton Police arrest Georgia fugitive caught selling gift cards at Home Depot

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Paxtonia, Pa — Lower Paxton Township police officers arrested a wanted felon, who was caught attempting to sell gift cards at a discounted price, at Home Depot.

Ali Carlin Love, of Georgia, was trying to sell discounted gift cards on Saturday, Sept. 3. He fled Home Depot’s Jonestown Road parking lot prior to police arriving.

He was stopped in the 6000 block of Allentown Blvd., police reported. Lower Paxton Township police officers found Carlin in possession of legitimate gift cards, however,¬† he provided the officers with a false name and date of birth. He did not have a driver’s license, police said. They took him into custody for driving without a license, and checked his fingerprints, which identified him as a wanted felon out of Georgia.

He was charged with being a fugitive of justice, providing false identification to law enforcement and driving without a license. He was placed in Dauphin County Prison to be held for extradition to Georgia.

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