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Philly's own 'Bonnie & Clyde'

Jocelyn Kirsch, 22, and Edward Anderton, 25, were arrested Nov. 30 trying to pick up lingerie ordered on a neighbor's credit card. The tab on their alleged identity theft scam: $100,000 and counting, say police. They are charged with burglary, forgery, identity theft and related charges. Bonnie and Clyde, Identity Theft, Burglary, Forgery

Jocelyn Kirsch, 22, and Edward Anderton, 25, were arrested Nov. 30 trying to pick up lingerie ordered on a neighbor's credit card. The tab on their alleged identity theft scam: $100,000 and counting, say police. They are charged with burglary, forgery, identity theft and related charges. Bonnie and Clyde, Identity Theft, Burglary, Forgery
FROM THE DAILY NEWS
'Absolutely no excuse,' he tells judge
Maybe it was her fake boobs, or violet-colored contact lenses, or her bodacious, bikini-clad body. Whatever the allure, Edward Anderton seemed to have lost his head when he met Jocelyn Kirsch, his ex-lover.
THE STORY THAT STARTED IT ALL
Pair charged with profiting from identity thefts at Center City condo
THE BOOK, quite telling, was found amid the newly purchased Ikea furnishings and the latest electronic appliances inside the tony Center City apartment.
Jocelyn Kirsch and Edward Anderton paid for trips to the tropics and Paris with other people's money, police say.
Telling the story of 'Bonnie and Clyde'
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