LONDONDERRY, N.H. (AP) — A Quincy, Mass., family faces charges they stole a trunk-load of apples from a Londonderry, N.H., orchard.
Police told WMUR-TV (http://bit.ly/QVq1wN ) that 58-year-old Hang Wong bought a large U-Pick bag from Mack’s Apples, then stood by the family car with her husband, 57-year-old Tony Wong, while their two sons loaded the trunk with apples.
A farm attendant alerted police.
Police said they found the two sons, 27-year-old Wai Wong and 19-year-old Steven Wong, going into the orchard, loading up the bag and dumping apples into the trunk as their mother and father watched.
Police charged the four with theft by deception.