Articles Tagged with Walmart

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A Tampa woman with a young child in tow was accused of collecting items in Walmart in a purported effort to cause an explosion in the store.

On the evening of January 11, Emily Stallard and a child whose relation to her has not been made public visited Walmart in Tampa and reportedly spent over 60-minutes walking through the aisles of the store collecting items.

Stallard and the child caught the eye of a security guard working in the store, and he allegedly watched as they both grabbed and opened many items including packages of nails, ethanol, and matches.

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While a woman was shopping with her 12-year-old in a Walmart store, a man allegedly masturbated in view of the child and completed his act upon the woman’s pants.

On the evening of December 13, a woman and her son were perusing the toy aisle in a Winter Haven, Florida, Walmart when her child began actively trying to get her attention.

When his mother asked him what was wrong the boy reportedly told her that he saw a man walk up behind her with his privates exposed. The child explained that the man was touching himself inappropriately. As a result, the man had, according to the affidavit, “ejaculated seminal fluid” onto her pants without her awareness and while the boy watched.

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A theft suspect from North Dakota allegedly lit a Bible on fire in an attempt to conceal his effort to steal merchandise from a local Walmart store.

On December 13, at a Bismarck Walmart store with shoppers and employees inside, a fire reportedly broke out.

When the authorities arrived, one of the workers present during the event provided footage from the surveillance camera that displayed a man wearing a ski mask while concealing what was believed to be a Bible under his dark clothing. While in the garden center of the establishment the suspect walked behind boxes on the floor where he was assumed to have lit the holy tome ablaze using lighter fluid as an accelerant.

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Two women were nabbed while allegedly attempting to leave a Walmart store with stolen merchandise while the store was filled with law enforcement agents and families during the annual “Shop With a Cop” event.

Shop With a Cop, a nationally recognized effort supported by donations, tries to help families with children who have been victims of crimes or are suffering from financial hardships. Some of their outreach is meant to facilitate a trusting relationship between children and law enforcement in cases where children have had interactions with police during criminal situations. The children and their families meet at Walmart and law enforcement agents take children through the store filling baskets with toys and goodies they desire for the holiday season.

On the morning of December 10 in Uniontown, Pennsylvania, local families were gathered with their children at Walmart so they could take part in the “Shop With a Cop” event.

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When a man reportedly decided he would use an electric shopping cart for transportation so he would not get in trouble for driving his vehicle after consuming alcohol, he was instead charged for taking off with a store’s property.

Just after midnight on November 10, someone placed a call to the Terrebonne Parrish Sheriff’s Department to let them know that a motorized shopping cart from Walmart that was meant for disabled shoppers was parked in a bar’s lot.

A deputy dispatched to the Houma, Louisiana, watering hole where the shopping cart was allegedly seen in a parking spot with a car on each side of it.

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A Texas man has been accused of robbing a bank in order to pay for the costs associated with his wedding, including his bride-to-be’s ring.

After getting engaged early in the summer, 30-year-old Heath Edward Bumpus and his fiancée were reportedly planning to wed on Saturday, October 5, and they intended to hold their reception at the Cochino Lodge in Houston.

On Friday, around 11:30 am, Bumpus allegedly showed up at the Citizens State Bank in Groveton and calmly went inside using the entrance at the back of the building.

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A man who was employed with the Utah Transit Authority has been accused of spending the past few years accumulating over $450,000 by sneaking fares from the collection boxes.

On September 10, a person notified the authorities when they thought his neighbor’s behavior seemed suspicious. The caller claimed they spotted what they believed was the man transferring buckets full of change into the garage of his home more than once. The neighbor also reported that he watched as the man took the buckets to Walmart and used a machine to cash the coins in for bills. When asking a regular employee of the Walmart if they knew what the situation with the man and the change machine was, it was reported that the worker believed the man owned an arcade as he made a habit of turning in coins at their store.

The suspect in question was identified as Taylorsville resident David Leroy Healy, a 54-year-old man who has worked for the Utah Transit Authority for close to two decades. Healy, who has done several jobs at UTA, was reported as most recently holding a position as a technician who maintained the equipment used for fare collection.

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A 36-year-old woman went shopping at a Walmart in Iowa on Saturday, where she was allegedly followed by a man riding on an electric cart while he reportedly began publicly sexually pleasuring himself.

65-year-old Gary Sheriff from Marion County allegedly decided to spend part of the weekend cruising around Walmart on one of the motorized carts made available for their shoppers.

While he was in the store, Sheriff allegedly became fixated on a female shopper and used the motorized device to chase after her as she navigated the store.

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An inebriated man who was accused of stealing meat and propane from Walmart also allegedly assaulted one of the police officers involved in his arrest.

While officers were in the loss prevention office in a Nashville Walmart after responding to a call for assistance for a separate incident, they reportedly spotted what they believed was a theft in progress.

The surveillance camera feed, which is monitored in the office, caught the eye of the authorities when they saw someone in the establishment storing merchandise inside his pants.

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A woman in Pennsylvania was arrested after the authorities identified her as the perpetrator who allegedly urinated on potatoes inside a bin at Walmart.

Last Tuesday morning an employee at the 24-hour Walmart in West Mifflin saw a yellow puddle on the floor in the produce department and suspected the liquid was urine. The fluid reportedly appeared as if it was coming from the area of the loose potato bin.

In an effort to ensure safety the potatoes in the offending bin were thrown away, and the area of the store was thoroughly cleansed.