Talicia Martins, Socialite daughter of Manhattan ballet power couple, 21, arrested for string of burglaries in an affluent Maine town
Socialite daughter of Manhattan ballet power couple, accused in string of burglaries in affluent resort town
Colleges student Talicia Martins was arrested for burglary and felony theft in Camden, Maine, Thursday
The suspect is the daughter of former New York City Ballet principal dancer Darci Kistler and composer Peter Martins, the company’s ballet master in chief
Martins, 21, and accomplice, Jacob Flanagan, 20, stole more than $1,000 from three local businesses on July 30 and 31
Camden Police said drugs and alcohol were a factor in the burglaries
Martins priors include a June arrest at her parents’ apt in Manhattan for possession of crack cocaine and heroin
Martins is reportedly a student at Bard College
The daughter of a pair of New York socialites was arrested for a string of burglaries in Maine.
Talicia Martins, the daughter of a Manhattan ballet power couple and her partner in crime, 20-year-old Jacob Flanagan were arrested last week after authorities received an anonymous tip, sparked by surveillance video of the pair, according to a Camden Police Department press release. has been arrested for stealing more than $1,000 in a string of burglaries in a tony Maine resort town.
Martins, 21, was taken into custody on Thursday in Camden, Maine and charged with burglary and felony theft.
Talicia Martins [left] with parents New York City Ballet Master-in-Chief Peter Martins [center] and former NYCB principal dancer Darci Kistler [right]
Talicia is the daughter of former New York City Ballet principal dancer Darci Kistler and Peter Martins, a famous Danish choreographer and chief of the metropolitan ballet company, the Bangor Daily News reported.
The pair on July 30 and 31 allegedly broke into several businesses in the Camden area, including The Smoothie Shack on Elm Street, Francine Bistro on Chestnut Street and Camden Cone on Bay View Street, according to the release. More than $1,000 was stolen, but authorities declined to reveal the total amount.
Jacob Flanagan and Talicia Martins[ [seen here on the ‘JOB’], both are in custody alledgedly for a spate of burglaries in Camden, New Jersey.
Authorities in Camden say Martins and conspirator Jacob Flanagan, broke into three local businesses between July 30 and 31, stealing more than $1,000.
Martins was arrested for the burglaries along with 20-year-old Flanagan [photo below], who is also from Manhattan
Martina and Flanagan, who both live in Manhattan, stole from Smoothie Shack, Francine Bistro and Camden Cone.
Camden Cone cashier Nick Greer was the first employee in after the robbery.
‘I saw that the window was taken apart, and that looked odd, so I called the owner and asked if that was normal, and she said no,’ Greer said in an interview. ‘Then I opened the front door, and I saw that the register was not there, and I had to call the owner again. She was not happy.’
Greer says that Flanagan ‘summered in Camden for his whole life’ but that he had never seen Martins before.
‘It’s kind of funny because it doesn’t sound like she needs to be stealing anything,’ he said.
Investigators caught Martins and Flanagan after receiving an anonymous tip and reviewing surveillance footage which shows them walking down the street in dark clothing near one of the businesses.
Camden Police Department Detective Curt Andrick told the Maine newspaper drugs and alcohol were a factor in the burglaries, but would not provide further details.
Flanagan and Martins were both caught by surveillance cameras as they carried out their heist, burglarizing three businesses in Camden, New Jersey.
Talicia Martins [R-L], from trust fund college girl to the being drug driven into the jailhouse
Talicia Martins [left] transitioned from debutante [left] to party girl [right in red]
Martins was arrested Thursday night and charged with one count of burglary and felony theft. Flanagan came into the police station the following day and was also arrested. He was charged with three counts of burglary and felony theft, authorities said.
They have both been released from the Knox County Jail on $1,500 bail.
Martins in 2015 penned an article for Teen Vogue, detailing the importance of her gap year titled, “How I Took a Year Off Before Starting College and Why You Should Too.” She’s also been featured in fashion pieces for Vanity Fair, including a 2013 gallery at a Paris Fashion event.
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