Charles Poyser charged after allegedly filling Brooklyn boutique with stolen goods from TJ Maxx

The owner of a Brooklyn boutique is facing charges for allegedly stocking his store with stolen goods. Detectives say Charles Poyser routinely stole handbags, shoes,

Detectives say Charles Poyser routinely stole handbags, shoes, clothing and other goods from TJ Maxx in Oceanside on Long Island. He worked at that store as an assistant manager.

Detectives say Charles Poyser routinely stole handbags, shoes, clothing and other goods from TJ Maxx in Oceanside on Long Island. He worked at that store as an assistant manager. (8/14/13)

BROOKLYN - The owner of a Brooklyn boutique is facing charges for allegedly stocking his store with stolen goods.

Detectives say Charles Poyser routinely stole handbags, shoes, clothing and other goods from TJ Maxx in Oceanside on Long Island. He worked at that store as an assistant manager.

Surveillance video allegedly caught Poyser, 40, loading boxes of merchandise into a minivan that was taken to the store on Church Avenue in East Flatbush.

Investigators say they found $130,000 worth of TJ Maxx merchandise inside Poyser’s boutique.

He has been charged with grand larceny and criminal possession of stolen property.

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