An 18-year-old Clayton woman is accused of stealing more than 1,200 hand-tool sets and 50 measuring wheels from an Apex Tool Group distribution facility in late June and early July.
Police arrested Jamaily Sophia Langlois on Friday afternoon.
According to what police wrote in four counts of felony larceny, Langlois took the gear between June 17 and July 4.
The charges list three different thefts of two kinds of tool sets. Two of the larceny counts cite 1,135 Craftsmen-brand tool sets and 50 tool sets valued at $35 each.
One count accuses Langlois of taking 24 tool sets valued at about $65 each.
The fourth count accuses her of taking 50 Lufkin-brand measuring wheels valued at $35 each.
Apex Tool Group is based in Sparks, Md. The company, which operates worldwide, manufactures and distributes several brands of hand tools, power tools and tools for working on electronics.
Langlois, who lives on Melanie Court in Clayton, was released on an unsecured $12,000 bond and was scheduled for a first court appearance.