Four people were arrested by Neosho police Monday, three for shoplifting.
Savannah Emberton, 19 and Taylor Hopper, 20, are each charged with stealing after attempting to make off with $60.19 in clothes, jewelry, household and food items at Walmart, according to Chief David Kennedy.

Four people were arrested by Neosho police Monday, three for shoplifting.
Savannah Emberton, 19 and Taylor Hopper, 20, are each charged with stealing after attempting to make off with $60.19 in clothes, jewelry, household and food items at Walmart, according to Chief David Kennedy.
“They were observed by loss prevention personnel concealing items,” Kennedy said of the 7:25 p.m. police response to the 3200 Lusk Drive Store. All items were recovered.
Sara Carter, 36, was arrested and charged after Kennedy said a female subject was observed shoplifting at Price Cutter.
The $17 in food items she tried to take were recovered as an officer responded to the1000 South Neosho Boulevard store at 3:33 p.m.
“There were signs of assault on the victim,” Kennedy said of a domestic argument between a husband and wife that got physical in the 700 block of West Spring Street.
The Newton County Prosecutor’s Office has filed a count of second-degree assault against Thomas Barkfelt, 33, after the 3:16 p.m. police response. He is jailed in lieu of a $3,000 code bond.
Police are investigating a case of remote sexual misconduct after responding to the 600 block of Laclede Avenue at 7:49 a.m.
“A girl received an explicit photo from an unknown number,” Kennedy advised. “We’re trying to track down the source.”
Other Thievery
An officer was dispatched at 10:56 p.m. for a burglary report in the 300 block of West Brook Street.
The tenant left the residence about 5 p.m. and when they returned just before 11 p.m., Kennedy said they observed a window had been busted. Taking inventory of the residence the victim determined that cash, checks and a tool bag, valued at $895, was missing.
A TV valued at $400 was the only item reported stolen in the break-in of a unit at Hickory Creek Storage.
Police were called to the 800 block of East McKinney Street at 6:14 p.m.
A resident in the 700 block of Highland Place summoned police at 6:42 p.m. to report that $475 in skating equipment, video games and accessories had been stolen from their unlocked vehicle on sometime Saturday.