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Missouri woman arrested again in Waterloo

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Left: Tiffany Reed's 2 previous mugshots.  Right: Mugshot this week Left: Tiffany Reed's 2 previous mugshots. Right: Mugshot this week
WATERLOO (KWWL) -

A Missouri woman has been arrested in Waterloo once again.

26-year-old Tiffany Reed was arrested on Thursday and is being charged with theft.

Our previous story below has more on the officer-involved shooting Reed was involved in from October. She was also charged with stealing from the Cedar Falls Von Maur Store.

This time, police say Reed was arrested for stealing from Dick's Sporting Goods in Waterloo, the same day of the officer-involved shooting in October.

Police say she and two others allegedly entered the store around 10 a.m. grabbed more than 20 North Face fleece jackets and took off.

The total value of the stolen jackets is estimated to be more than $5,200.

Police say an employee witnessed three women get into a silver Dodge Charger with out of state license plates. On the same day, the Iowa State Patrol became involved in a pursuit with this vehicle, due to a retail theft in Riverside, Iowa. This was the pursuit that led to the officer-involved shooting.

 Police say 23 North Face coats were located in the trunk of the vehicle.

Reed has a lengthy criminal history in surrounding states including recent arrests for robbery, theft, vehicular homicide, resisting arrest, receiving stolen property and other miscellaneous charges.

Reed is currently being held in the Black Hawk County Jail.

Updated by: Lauren Moss

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WASHINGTON COUNTY (KWWL) Cedar Falls police have charged Tiffany Reed of Saint Louis after the report of theft from the Cedar Falls Von Maur Store. 

She is also a suspect in theft from the Jordan Creek Mall in West Des Moines earlier this year, and was in the vehicle identified after retail thefts in the Cedar Rapids area this week.

Police say Reed has a lengthy criminal history in surrounding states including recent arrests for robbery, theft, vehicular homicide, resisting arrest, receiving stolen property and other miscellaneous charges.

The other two suspects in the Von Maur store surveillance video have not been identified at this time.

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WASHINGTON COUNTY (KWWL) - The Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation says Iowa State Trooper Jewel O'Rear was the trooper who fired her weapon during a motor vehicle chase in Washington County on October 1st.
 

The chase ended with the arrests of 26-year-old Tiffany Reed, 30-year-old LaFonda Davis, and 22-year-old Tia Reed -- all of St. Louis.
Both Reeds are suspected in thefts from area clothing stores.

The DCI has interviewed Trooper O'Rear, and forwarded the interview to the Iowa Attorney General's Office.
Trooper O'Rear is a 15 year veteran of DPS, and has been employed as a State Trooper for 7 years.
She remains on duty for the Iowa State Patrol.

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