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Woman accused of grand theft turns herself in

28-year-old accused of stealing purse from Miller's Ale House at Tinsletown

Jacksonville Sheriff's Office booking photo of Natalie Kelleher
Jacksonville Sheriff's Office booking photo of Natalie Kelleher

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – After reviewing surveillance video of a purse being taken from the back of a woman's chair at Miller's Ale House on Southside Boulevard two days before Christmas, the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office obtained a warrant charging Natalie Kelleher, 28, with grand theft.

Police said the video showed Kelleher was talking with a man about 8 p.m. Dec. 23 when she snatched the purse. She and the man then quickly left the restaurant and walked out of view of cameras.

Kelleher turned herself in Wednesday at the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office. The arrest report shows two Michael Kors purses along with credit cards, eyeglasses and other items obtained from Kelleher placed in the property room.