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Photos: Here's What Aurora Did to These Twenty Shoplifters

Black Friday marks the official start of the holiday shopping season -- and presumably also the holiday shoplifting season. With that in mind, the Aurora Police Department is sending a simple seasonal message: "Shoplift in Aurora and go to jail!" Those are the first words in a new APD Facebook post stressing that shoplifters in Aurora are frequently booked into the city's detention center, rather than receiving a summons and being released. A note adds that some of those convicted of the crime even had their vehicles seized.

Continue to see photos of twenty convicted Aurora shoplifters, along with APD text revealing their punishment. To see even more pics, click here.

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UPDATE: Shoplifter Colesha Gordon plead guilty in Aurora Municipal Court and was sentenced to 50 days in the county jail. 40 days were suspended (10 days served) and she was placed on probation. Gordon was arrested for shoplifting on March 10th, 2014.

Guilty of Shoplifting: Sergio Aguayo-Aceves Arrested on March 19, 2014. Sentence: Fine of $529.

Guilty of Shoplifting: Brien Boroughs Arrested on March 22, 2014 Sentence: 12 months UDJ, Theft Class and 24 hours of community service.

Guilty of Shoplifting: Yadira Cardenas-Ortiz.

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Guilty of Shoplifting: Linda Ferriel Arrested on March 21, 2014 Sentence: 7 days in jail.

Guilty of Shoplifting: Ozgur Govercin Arrested on March 19, 2014 Sentence: Fine $314 .

Guilty of Shoplifting: Joshua Gurule Arrested on March 21, 2014 Sentence: Fine $339.

Guilty of Shoplifting: Joseph Hnosko Arrested on March 22, 2014 Sentence: 7 days in jail.

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Guilty of Shoplifting: Eric Holt Arrested on March 22, 2014 Sentence: Fine $339.

Guilty of Shoplifting: Cindy Janke Arrested on March 24, 2014 Sentence: 30 days in jail.

Guilty of Shoplifting: Brittani Milton Arrested on March 22, 2014 Sentence: UDJ 12 months, Theft class and 24 hours of community service.

Guilty of Shoplifting: Patrick O'Bryant Arrested on March 21, 2014 Sentence: 90 days in jail, 60 days suspended with no further violation for one year.

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Guilty of Shoplifting: Ladji Sylla Arrested on March 17, 2014 Sentence: 12 month UDJ, Theft classes and 24 hours of community service.

Guilty of Shoplifting: Innocent Ukpe Arrested on March 22, 2014 Sentence: Fine $314.

Guilty of Shoplifting: Aquia Jones Arrested on April 2, 2014 Sentence: 12 mounth UDJ, must attend theft class and complete 40 hours of community service.

Guilty of Shoplifting: Roman Latour Arrested on March 17, 2014 Sentence: 7 days in jail.

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Guilty of Shoplifiting: Hope Prather Arrested on April 2, 2014 Sentence: 12 mounth UDJ, must attend theft class and complete 40 hours of community service.

Arrested for Shoplifiting: Dillon Safford Arrested on March 27, 2014.

Guilty of Shoplifiting: Rajdeep Singh Arrested on April 2, 2014 Sentence: Fine $314.

Guilty of Shoplifiting: Latrea Spradley

Arrested on April 2, 2014 Sentence: Fine $339.

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