Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Wal-Mart Crime report January 2017



Walmart shootings have been rising slowly but steadily for years and broke records at the end of the year; and we had another fourteen shootings this month, which would have been a record just a couple months ago, plus two more that happened nearby and the victims went to Walmart after being shot. They had at least one hundred and four total for 2016 including five in January 2016; eight in February; seven in March; eight in April; four in May; seven in June; nine in July; seven in August; nine in September; six in October; and two consecutive record breaking months fifteen in November; and nineteen in December.

The shootings this month included one that got nationwide attention for a little while, although most of that minimized the fact that it happened in a Walmart parking lot often not mentioning it at all. A police officer was shot and killed in the parking lot by someone who had earlier killed his girlfriend the previous month and another police officer was killed in a traffic accident in Orlando during the manhunt, although that wasn’t on Walmart property. The media certainly didn’t mention the high number of shootings that take place on Walmart property or other crimes either.

There were also two additional fatal shootings and another suicide; they seem to have at least one suicide each month lately, as well as bodies being found on their property, often of drug overdoses or poor people without health care whose deaths aren’t considered suspicious, but they have to die somewhere. It isn’t uncommon for these shootings or other incidents including chases and crashes to start with petty thefts.

In addition to the shootings there were also over half a dozen gun related crimes that often involved threatening employees or on one occasion a patty theft of two pairs of shoes; and several panics that took place even though no shots were actually fired.

In addition to the deaths that they have as a result of the shootings they had another one as a result of an assault and several injuries due to car crashes. There were several chases following attempted shopliftings including one that ended in a crash, and a DUI that almost crashed in the parking lot, as well as another fight over a parking spot.

Walmart always has lots of bomb threats but most of them are through notes or anonymous phone call; this they had several that were done openly including one where the customer falsely claimed he would use “Islamic State explosives” and another where a woodlands man arbitrarily asked a customer to buy the explosives for him. Many of these people obviously have psychological problems.

They had at least half a dozen fires this month including at least two arsons, one of which injured four people and another fire almost killed a dog that was rescued at the last minute. There were also at least two stabbings and several more threats to stab people including employees and one of these threats was made by someone who stole the knife he threatened the employee with. It’s not uncommon for Walmart armed robbers to show up without any weapon and steal it from Walmart.

One of the attacks was with a machete on a rampage through an Oregon Walmart, which seems to happen on a semi-regular basis.

Usually it’s the robbers that do most of these attacks but when one Walmart employee got fed up with a disgruntled customer she fought back and one of their shoplifters was a cop. They might go easy on cops for use of excessive force but never for stealing from Walmart, which happens on a semi regular basis as well.

They had a boy who bought a baseball bat to go on a vigilante attack searching for someone who stole from him nearby and a heroin overdose in the diaper aisle. After a popular greeter got frustrated with kids riding a scooter through the store endangering people he was fired for losing his temper. Walmart practically never seem to use reasonable discretion, since decisions are made at the corporate office as a matter of policy without considering the circumstances.

One of their policy decisions involves a strange attempt to save money with self check out aisles; however whatever money they seem to save is probably lost by additional security constantly checking for thefts and using tax payer money to arrest people for petty amounts, in what should be considered institutional entrapment.

However, apparently, this problem isn’t bad enough for them they’re now coming up with a “Scan & Go app” which they say will get people out of the store quicker that they’re testing in selective stores. We already have enough information to know that this will only increase their crime problems more; however any research that they do will almost certainly be proprietary and whether it increases tax payer costs dealing with high crime may not be as important as if it increases profits.

Walmart is juggling over half a dozen, or more, law suits or investigations, for one reason or another, including one where they have a large amount of scanner problems, mostly over charging people, talks about settling a bribery probe that has been going on for years, a police officer suing because he was fired for carrying a gun, another employee suing because he was fired for Down syndrome which they were able to deal with for years before arbitrary changing his hours and firing him when he couldn’t accept it, and a gender bias lawsuit.

One other law suit involves the Tracy Morgan settlement which apparently paid him quite well, however the insurance agency doesn’t want to give him what they consider an exorbitant amount. Tracy Morgan criticized Walmart in the immediate aftermath of that accident but quickly stopped talking; after settling he became speaking highly of them, but the details are confidential. A close look at non-celebrities clearly indicates that they never get treated so well and Walmart often fight them tooth and nail to minimize damages.

Can there be any doubt that celebrities get better treatment because they draw more attention and can do more to damage Walmart’s reputation if they speak out?

Another investigation involves selling of contaminated food from a fire in Canada that they were ordered not to sell because it might not be safe for the consumers. This has received hardly any attention nationwide and can be added to the many times that they’ve had listeria, salmonella, or other food poisoning or been caught selling expired food; however this is worse since consumers can’t check the expiration date to find out about potential fire contamination.

They also had another embarrassing sales display that outraged consumers when they sold condemns next to a Valentine’s display that parents were outraged about since their kids saw it.

There is no way they could dominate the retail market without their political connections and in addition to their donations to campaigns they finance inaugurations including one in Missouri and make what they call philanthropic donations, however these are rarely unconditional and they often involves donations that can only be redeemed with additional purchases at Walmart to people that hesitate to criticize them.

There also expanding into car sales or at least advertising for them and signing a big contract with a temp service to hire workers, which tends to be highly inefficient especially with a large corporation that handles it’s on contracting. In many cases they’ve used contractors to attempt to blame them for problems they have, whether this is the reason for this contract remains to be seen.



They have their share of downright bizarre incidents as usual including a man who squirted seaman on the backsides of several women and two women groping the crotches of Walmart employees customers and an EMT treating her after she was caught getting drunk in the beer aisle.

Strange things happen at Wal-Mart!





In 2006 Wake Up Wal-Mart did a study, "Is Wal-Mart Safe?" based on incidents in 2004, (PDF) about crime at Wal-Mart which showed that it increased when Wal-Marts opened up and that crime was higher at Wal-Mart than at other retailers. Since then Wal-Mart Shootings began compiling a list of gun related incidents at Wal-Mart and demonstrated that they have a large number of them, including on average more than one shooting per week somewhere in the country. In January of 2014 another study, "Rolling Back Prices and Raising Crime Rates?" provided additional statistical research indicating that Wal-Mart might be contributing to higher crime rates or at least a slowing of the decline in crime. The study found that. “on average, communities with Walmarts had 17 more property crimes and two more violent crimes per 10,000 people than those communities without Walmarts.” I reviewed this more in Wal-Mart’s crime problem, Rolling Back Safety more than prices? where I explained that although this study is helpful they could have done better with additional data that is available and I reviewed some of that. I also added my own review about why I think that Wal-Mart policies have been contributing to higher crime in a previous blog, Wal-Mart high crime rate continues un-investigaterd and have provided additional information under the author tag Walmart Crime Watch.

Stacy Mitchell has also compiled a list of other studies about Wal-Mart and how they impact society, Key Studies on Big-Box Retail & Independent Business. To the best of my knowledge Wal-Mart has done as little as they seem to get away with, often relying on rhetoric that isn't backed up with action, when it comes to addressing any of their critics concerns, including crime. The following are a list of incidents that occurred in January 2017. According to the "Is Wal-Mart Safe?" the average store in their sampling had 250 incidents per year, indicating that these are only a fraction of the crime reports at Wal-Mart, and presumably, the ones most likely to make the news on the internet nationwide. This isn't statistically representative, as the 2006 or the "Rolling Back Prices and Raising Crime Rates?" study or some of the studies cited by Stacy Mitchell; but it does provide some additional information that may help recognize how many problems there are at Wal-Mart.




Harrison Pa. commission could decide on Wal-Mart training academy next month 01/01/2017

Troopers: NY Tops, Walmart workers busted selling alcohol to minors in western suburbs 01/02/2017

Man Dresses Like Tx. Wal-Mart Employee to Steal Merchandise: Police 01/02/2017

Fairfax police believe several are behind 'brazen' TV thefts at Walmart 01/02/2017

Father of 2 ambushed, killed at Walmart in Tomball Tx. 01/02/2017

TOMBALL, Texas - Tomball police are investigating after a man was attacked at a local Walmart.

Justin Jones was inside the store at around 1 a.m. on Monday, when police said someone came up behind him and hit Jones in the head.

Jones was rushed to an area hospital, but he died from his injuries several hours later. Complete article

Man charged with murder after attacking man with motorcycle helmet at Tx. Walmart 01/03/2017


Officer Arrests Walmart Toy Thief for Switching Price Tags 01/03/2017

Men wanted for stealing two TV's from York County Va. Walmart 01/03/2017

Man sentenced for Ind. Wal-Mart theft 01/03/2017

Men used cloned credit cards at Va. Walmart, Target 01/03/2017

Man charged in scuffle over parking spot at Hempfield Pa. Wal-Mart 01/03/2017

A Greensburg man was cited for criminal mischief after police said he rammed a woman's car in a fight over a parking spot at the Hempfield Wal-Mart at the height of holiday shopping.

State police said Roy T. Albert, 67, bumped the victim's car in the parking lot of Greengate Centre Dec. 21 while both were jockeying for the same parking spot, said Trooper Daniel Poponick. The victim had just parked and gotten out of her vehicle when Albert bumped his vehicle into hers, causing less than $500 worth of damage, Poponick said.

Police initially thought the incident was an accident and cited Albert with several traffic violations. But when witnesses told investigators Albert did it intentionally, those charges were withdrawn and he was charged via summons with criminal mischief. Complete article


Indy Walmart worker accused of attacking customer 01/03/2017

A Walmart employee in Indianapolis has been charged with battery after police say she attacked a customer on New Year’s Eve.

Officers were called to the disturbance at the store in the 5800 block of West 10th Street around 5:26 p.m., according to Fox59.

When they arrived, they spoke with the victim, who said 23-year-old Michael-Candice Ingram grabbed her by her hair and punched her in the back of her head with her fist.

The victim says the confrontation started when she asked Ingram to put a “money gram” in her last name instead of a reference number. When Ingram couldn’t do that, the victim says she became upset and called Ingram a profanity and attempted to walk away. That’s when the alleged battery began. Complete article


Woman hit by vehicle in Md. Wal-Mart parking lot 01/03/2017

York-Poquoson Va. Sheriff’s Office searching for suspects in Walmart shooting 01/03/2017

Chandler Ariz. Walmart surveillance video shows fatal encounter with police 01/03/2017

Man threatens to bomb La. Walmart with Islamic State explosives in attempt to steal booze & bullets 01/03/2017

A Louisiana man was arrested and charged with theft and impersonating a war veteran after he entered a Walmart store and tried to steal more than $500 worth of alcohol and shotgun shells, saying he would bomb the store if he was not freed by managers.

On Monday, Keyon Pullins, 23, entered the Walmart location in Baton Rouge dressed in full military gear. He proceeded to gather five bottles of Ciroc vodka, five cases of Crown Royal whiskey, one bottle of Grey Goose vodka, and eight packs of 12 gauge shotgun shells. While attempting to leave the store without paying, Pullins was confronted by the Walmart's managers, according to the East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff's Office.

"[Pullins] requested that the managers let him go, due to him being in full military uniform," the sheriff's office said in an arrest report, cited by WAFB. "The managers stated that they would not do so, so [Pullins] attempts to leave. When he did so, managers grabbed him by the back of his uniform and pulled him back into the store...[Pullins began to scream and cuss at the managers stating that he was in the military and 'to just let him go about his business.'"

Pullins was then taken into a store office for questioning, according to the report, where he claimed he would access a bomb from the jihadist group Islamic State (formerly known as ISIS or ISIL) and use it on the Walmart location.

"Once inside the...office, [Pullins] begins to threaten the managers and workers by saying the following, 'I will get a bomb from ISIS and blow this place up,'" the sheriff's office said. "Managers stated that they began to get nervous due to the accused being in full military uniform." Complete article


Suspects steal TVs, cat food from Ohio Walmart 01/03/2017

News short: Man found dead in his truck at Wash. Wal-Mart identified 01/03/2017

Richmond: Three suspected gang members charged in Va. Walmart shooting 01/03/2017

4 arrested in connection with alleged Md. Walmart theft 01/03/2017

Glendale Ariz. PD: Wal-mart security thought they had seen it all until... 01/03/2017

GLENDALE, AZ - A man allegedly used a vacuum box to conceal stolen items, but it's what he put inside that has people scratching their heads. Police report that on Dec. 23, Walmart security workers observed a man, later identified as 30-year-old Kashief Jarreau Jackson, taking a Shop-Vac out of its box and then went around the store putting other items in the box. They say Jackson then resealed the box with tape and purchased the Shop-Vac box for $64. Police say Jackson was confronted outside the store by police and security workers. When they checked inside the box, police reportedly found nearly $1,400 worth of products including scientific calculators and five breast pumps. Complete article


Man, 28, is charged with following women around Ohio Walmart and squirting their backsides with syringes filled with his semen 01/03/2017

Timothy D. Blake is charged with squirting at least 12 women with syringes filled with his semen
He would allegedly masturbate in his company truck or in the Walmart bathroom in Marietta, Ohio
He allegedly would fill a syringe with his semen and then spray it on unsuspecting women
According to police, he said 'maybe it was his way of having sex with these women'

A man has been charged with serial semen syringe squirting.

The man, Timothy D. Blake, 28, of Sams Creek Road, Mineral Wells, West Virginia, was charged with being the suspect who had terrorized and grossed out a series of women in Marietta, Ohio who said they'd had semen squirted at them.

Blake allegedly admitted to 12 instances over two months of masturbating, then filling a syringe with his semen, and following women around a Walmart in Washington County and spraying their backsides with his bodily fluids, reports News and Sentinel. Complete article


Military Police Officer Assists SAPD Officer in Theft Suspect's Apprehension at Tx. Walmart 01/03/2017

MPD: 2 teens steal from Wisc. Walmart, face charges 01/03/2017

Two Pocatello men arrested after incident at Idaho Walmart 01/03/2017

Washington Twp. Pa. police seek person of interest in Walmart theft 01/03/2017

Teenager Takes Out Anger, Over Being Dumped, on Car in Wisc. Walmart Parking Lot 01/04/2017

Police seek identity of 2 accused of using stolen card at Opelika Ga. Wal-Mart 01/04/2017

Bay County Mich. Walmart evacuated due to trash compactor fire 01/04/2017

Police investigate suspicious package reported at NM Walmart 01/04/2017

Troopers searching for suspects in purse theft at Boyd County, KY, Walmart 01/04/2017

Police looking for 3 men who took 21 iPhones from Pa. Walmart 01/04/2017

Two charged with shooting in Mississippi Walmart parking lot 01/05/2017

New photos help identify Dalton Ga. Walmart theft suspect 01/05/2017

Suspect surrenders to police after Haines City Fla. Walmart shooting 01/05/2017

HAINES CITY, Fla. -- Police say a woman suspected of shooting another woman outside a Haines City Walmart on Thursday has turned herself in, police said.

Yajaira Rivera, 37, of Davenport has turned herself in at Polk County Jail, police said

Police were called shortly before noon to the parking lot Walmart at 36205 Highway 27 North, where Mandy Nicole Guzman, 30, of Lake Hamilton, had been shot at least once in the lower abdomen.

Guzman and Rivera argued inside the store while shopping, police said. The two have known each other for a few years.

Police said Guzman completed her shopping with her two young children and exited the store. The victim placed her items and children into her vehicle, and then pushed her cart to the cart return rack. Rivera was waiting by the cart rack, where she shot the victim, police said. Complete article


Ex-Indiana cop accused of thefts at Wal-Mart 01/05/2017

A former Clarksville police officer has resigned from his new Clark County council post amid theft charges.

Mike Popplewell Jr., who also resigned from the Clarksville Police last month, his letter of resignation from the council Wednesday, county Sheriff Jamey Noel said.

Popplewell was charged with three counts of theft Thursday. He is accused of stealing a Fitbit, a greeting card and jewelry from Wal-Mart, 1351 Veterans Parkway in Clarksville, during a Black Friday patrol shift Nov. 25, according to a probable cause filed by Indiana State Police Sgt. William J. Wibbels Jr.

He also is accused of stealing two Paw Patrol toys, valued at $59 each, on Dec. 5, the same day that Clarksville Community Schools conducted its Clarksville Cares event at the store for its preschool to fourth-grade students, according to a probable cause affidavit. Popplewell was at the school's event serving as a school resource officer through the Clarksville Police that day, schools spokeswoman Nicolette Langdon said. Complete article

Clarksville police officer resigns after alleged theft 12/12/2016

Popplewell, also Clarksville Republican Party Chairman, was sworn in as a county councilman earlier this month. His term begins in January.

Clarksville police officer accused of stealing while working as security guard for Walmart 01/05/2017 He was also elected in November to the Clark County Council, and recently resigned.


Surveillance video shows person of interest in fatal stabbing of man found outside OC Ca. Wal-Mart 01/05/2017

Canadian Walmart shopper injured while chasing ‘unsafe’ shopping cart sues for $500,000 01/05/2017

Suspect in Fla. Walmart robberies arrested 01/04/2017

Bloomington Ill. Walmart Death Investigation 01/04/2017

Emergency crews were called to the Walmart on Bloomington's west side for what police are calling a death investigation.

According to our news partners, WJBC, several police cars, fire. and ambulance vehicles surrounded a pickup truck in the store parking lot, as police set up crime scene tape around the truck. Police officials said the scene was contained and there was no threat to public safety.

McLean County Coroner Kathy Davis tells us it's an isolated incident. Complete article


Woman accused of getting drunk inside Fla. Walmart, grabbing EMTs crotch 01/05/2017

LADY LAKE, Fla. - A woman was arrested Tuesday in Sumter County for multiple charges when she was accused of drinking five beers in a Walmart beer aisle and assaulting an emergency management technician after she was handcuffed, deputies said.

According to the arrest report, Shellby Conder, 18, told the Walmart manager in the Villages that she drank five cans of beer from the beer aisle and was drunk. She also told the manager she needed a ride home, the report states. More News Headlines

Conder told deputies that she was drunk when she approached them outside of the store bathroom, according to the report. Complete article


Wanted man captured in Danville Ky. Walmart parking lot 01/0/2017

Gun Pulled on Walmart Employee in Greater Alexandria Va.: Police 01/05/2017

FAIRFAX COUNTY, VA -- Police say that three suspects took property from a Richmond Highway Walmart store early Thursday and when confronted by an employee, displayed a handgun.

The incident took place at about 1:40 a.m. Thursday at the Walmart located at 6303 Richmond Highway (see map below). The store is open 24 hours a day. An employee saw three men walking in the store and acting suspicious, police said.

The suspects took property from the store and went outside when the employee confronted them, police said. One suspect displayed a handgun, according to police. The victim notified police and the suspects drove off in a van. Complete article


4 arrested in connection with alleged Md. Walmart theft including two semi-automatic replica pellet pistols, 01/03/2017

Three elderly women followed from Danville Wal-Mart, robbed at their homes 01/06/2017

Good Samaritans Credited With Stopping Alleged Purse Thief At Pa. Walmart 01/06/2017

South Carolina woman’s reaction to empty Walmart bread aisle goes viral 01/06/2017

Woman fires at men after robbery attempt outside Cobb Ga. Wal-Mart 01/06/2017

A woman fired a gunshot at two men after they tried to steal her purse in the parking lot of a Wal-Mart in west Cobb County, Channel 2 Action News reported.

The incident happened Friday on Barrett Parkway, the station reported.

Cobb County police said the shot hit another person’s car, the station said. Complete article

No One Injured In Walmart Shootout(GA) 06/30/2010


Round Rock Tx. police searching for Walmart hit, run suspect 01/06/2017

ROUND ROCK, Texas (KXAN) — A woman was walking in a Round Rock Walmart parking lot when she was hit by driver who quickly fled the scene. Police are now asking for help from the community to find the hit and run suspect.

Around 8 p.m. on Dec. 17, the woman was hit at the Walmart on 2701 S Interstate 35. Surveillance video from the store captured the suspect speeding off after hitting the pedestrian. Jaymie Clark was picking up last minute Christmas items from Walmart, but all it took was a second, walking out to the parking lot, for her world to change.

KXAN spoke with Clark, who is recovering from her injuries.

“Half of the kneecap was crushed,” she said, recalling a “flash of white” and hearing someone scream. “My front and back pelvis was broken as well, and bruising along the right side of my rib, bruising on my arm.” Complete article


Ithaca NY WALMART MURDER: Dryden man to take third mental exam 01/06/2017

Women suspected of Fla. Walmart robbery sought 01/06/2017

Bomb threat called in to Bonita Missippi Walmart 01/04/2017

Anderson SC Walmart on 81 evacuated after note referencing a bomb found 01/06/2017

Cashier accused of stealing $20k from La. Wal-Mart 01/06/2017

Who are these guys? Biloxi Mississippi police want to know 01/06/2017

Man arrested for thefts at Boardman Ohio Walmart 01/04/2017

Ephrata Pa. police looking to ID woman suspected of stealing from Wal-Mart 01/07/2017

Woman gets probation for stealing $80k from Cheyenne Wy. Wal-Mart 01/08/2017

Robber hits bank inside Colorado Springs Walmart 01/08/2017

Massive manhunt under way after policewoman shot and killed at Orlando Fla. Walmart 01/09/2017

Detectives released a photograph of suspect Markeith Loyd who is on the run this afternoon, and said they wanted to speak to him on suspicion of murder.

One female officer was shot and killed and another was wounded and taken to hospital following a shoot-out at the Walmart store in Orlando.

Witnesses said that the shooter was wearing a security uniform and continued to shoot blindly behind himself even as he fled the scene.

It was reported that the female officer was hit at least nine times, and that she had entered the store to arrest Loyd after a shopper recognised him from a wanted poster. Complete article

Ex-boyfriend named as suspect in pregnant woman's killing 12/13/2016


Here's Why You'll Lose Money in Walmart 01/09/2017

Man charged with stealing $1,500 from Fla. Walmart 01/08/2017

Officials suspect severed foot found near Ill. Walmart is not from a human 01/05/2017

Cops: Woman Shoplifted $1,000 In NY WalMart Goods 01/08/2017

Walmart settles disability-rights suit over payment machines 01/09/2017

Man threatens Okla. Walmart employees with pistol, police say 01/09/2017

OKLAHOMA CITY (KOKH) — Oklahoma City police are searching for a suspect they say robbed a metro Walmart.

The incident took place at the store in the 7800 block of NW Expressway.

Police say the suspect stole several items from the store and attempted to leave. When confronted by security, he pulled out a pistol and threatened employees. Complete article


Stevensville woman charged with hitting Wal-Mart manager, Missoula Montana policeman 01/09/2017

A Stevensville woman who allegedly hit a manager in the face while drunk at Wal-Mart is also charged with punching the police officer called in to investigate the incident.

On Sunday, four Missoula police officers were called to the Wal-Mart on Reserve Street after a manager reported a customer had attacked her.

The manager said she saw 27-year-old Kyla Kay Alder in the store about 6:30 p.m. attempting to return an item without identification. She then attempted to take purses and jewelry into a changing room, and began to yell profanities after being told she couldn’t, a court affidavit said. Complete article


Monday’s Most Wanted: Couple stole $12K in merchandise from Tenn. Walmart 01/09/2017

Road Outside Walmart Headquarters In Bentonville Arkansas To Shut Down For Months 01/09/2017

Tx. Walmart arson results in 4 injuries 01/09/2017

Four people were injured Monday afternoon in Princeton after a man poured lighter fluid on stacks of clothes inside a Walmart and set them afire.

Firefighters put out the flames within 15 minutes- but not before smoke filled the store- resulting in four people being treated for smoke inhalation.

None of the four people requiring medical treatment are believed to have been seriously injured.

The suspect was arrested walking not far from the store after police posted surveillance photos of him and citizens dialed 911. Complete article


The Walmart Scan & Go app will get you out of the store in a jiff 01/10/2017

We know exactly what it's like. You're beat, tired from shopping at Walmart for what feels like hours. The combination of pushing that broken cart with the wobbly wheels, and the punishment on your legs and feet from that hard floor has you hoping for a quick trip through the check out line. But instead, you're faced with the reality that there are only 3 lanes open and two of them are for those with less than 10 items in their cart. Thanks to a new app called Walmart Scan & Go, you can bypass the checkout line, exit stage left with your cart of goodies already paid for, and have your worn out tootsies soaking in a bubble bath before you know it. It's actually a simple, but clever idea.

With the app, which is available for iOS or Android devices, you scan an item's UPC code as you take each product off of the shelf and deposit it in your cart. When you have completed your shopping, you pay using the app, and a receipt is generated on your phone's display. Show it to the greeter/bouncer/security guard at the door, and you're done.

Now, there is a catch. Walmart is currently testing the app so it will work at one store only at this time. But hey, maybe you shop there! That store is Walmart #5260 in Rogers, Arkansas. We do think that Walmart does plan on eventually offering this service throughout its entire system. Complete article


San Jose Ca. man gets prison for bizarre Wal-mart, Chevron crashes that injured 7 01/10/2017

Man arrested at Carlisle Pa. Walmart for attempting to steal 16 video games 01/09/2017

Deputies seek woman after thefts at 2 NC Walmart stores 01/09/2017

Monsanto, Walmart, GM Funding Missouri Inauguration 01/09/2017

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Gov. Eric Greitens' inaugural festivities are being funded by some of the state's most prominent businesses.

Greitens has not revealed a cost for Monday's privately funded celebrations, but he did release a list of "benefactors" that helped finance the events.

That list includes such businesses as Anheuser-Busch, Boeing, Enterprise, Express Scripts, General Motors, Monsanto and Wal-Mart. Complete article


Officer Arrests Woman for Shoplifting at RI Walmart, Sister for Obstruction 01/10/2017

Woman charged with stealing pocketbooks from NY Walmart shoppers 01/10/2017

Police: Man charged after forcibly touching NY Walmart worker's 'intimate parts' 01/10/2017

Decision on Pella Iowa Wal-Mart crash charges still may be months away 01/10/2017

Man attacks 3 people with machete after rampage through Oregon Walmart, police say 01/10/2017

WOODBURN, Ore. — Police say a man was running around inside a Walmart store before assaulting a woman and attacking three men with a machete.

Woodburn police officers were called to Walmart around 10 p.m. Monday for the report of a man with a machete inside the store. Police say the suspect was breaking cabinets and taking ammunition. He also reportedly swung his machete at the Walmart greeter and threatened to kill him.

Officers found the suspect, identified as Alan Brock, in a parked car in front of the store. Police say Brock drove away and sped up, aiming his car toward officers before quickly turning and driving over an embankment and crashing into a fence.

Investigators say Brock then assaulted a woman and stole her purse and keys at a neighboring apartment complex before breaking down a door to an aparment and slashing three men with a machete. Complete article


Durham NC Wal-Mart, Office Depot pay fines for price-scanner errors 01/10/2017

DURHAM Two Durham stores were among five in the state that recently paid fines for excessive price-scanner errors, state officials said Tuesday.

The Office Depot at 56000 South Miami Blvd. and the Wal-Mart at 5450 New Hope Commons Dr. in Durham each paid fines, according to the N.C. Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services’ Standards Division.

The division conducts periodic unannounced inspections of business price-scanning systems to check for accuracy between the prices advertised and the prices that ring up at the register.

If a store has more than a 2 percent error rate that cause customers to be overcharged, inspectors discuss the findings with the store manager and conduct a more intensive follow-up inspection at a later date. Undercharges also are reported, but they don’t count against a business. Complete article


Judge Orders Wal-Mart to Pay $16M in Gender Bias Lawsuit 01/0/2017

Wal-Mart Stores Inc. has been ordered by a federal judge to pay $16.08 million to a former New Hampshire pharmacist in a gender bias case, but the amount is only about half what a jury awarded and may fall substantially further.

U.S. District Judge Steven McAuliffe also asked the New Hampshire Supreme Court to advise whether the plaintiff Maureen McPadden was entitled under state law to any of the $15 million of "enhanced" damages that comprised most of the award.

Though "reasonable minds can differ," Wal-Mart "asserts - not implausibly" that such damages are not available, the Concord, New Hampshire judge wrote on Jan. 6. Complete article

Machete-Wielding Man Stabs 3 At Apartment, Threatens To Kill Walmart Greeter 01/10/2017


Police want to identify RI Wal-Mart shoplifter 01/10/2017

Wisc. Walmart employee extinguishes fire 01/10/2017 A different employee who started the fire is no longer with Walmart, according to Wright.

Lacey NJ PD seek Walmart thermostat thief 01/10/2017

New Hudson man sentenced to 180 days in jail after crash at Lyon Township Mich. WalMart involving senior citizens 01/11/2017

Workday lands massive Walmart contract 01/11/2017

Cloud software vendor Workday just announced its biggest customer win to date -- discount retail giant Walmart.

In an 8-k filing with the US Securities and Exchange Commission, Workday said Walmart has purchased a subscription to Workday's Human Capital Management, Recruiting, Learning, and Planning products.

Walmart has more than 2 million employees and is considered the world's largest private employer. Based on that employee count, the deal could, over time, be worth $100 million to $200 million in annual revenue for Workday, Drexel Hamilton analyst Brian White noted in a research report.

"However, Workday did not specify the number of Wal-Mart employees that will be part of this subscription," White said. "Also, a deal of this size will take some time to ramp and thus we do not expect the full revenue impact be felt in the first year or two." Complete article


Barrage of midnight gunfire reported outside Middle Georgia Wal-Mart 01/11/2017

It was about midnight Monday when a manager at the Wal-Mart on Gray Highway in east Macon heard a barrage of gunfire.

The manager told a Bibb County sheriff’s deputy who answered the call for help there at 12:04 a.m. Tuesday that the blasts had come from just outside the store.

There were no known injuries or property damage, the deputy’s write-up of the incident said.

The deputy found 21 spent shell casings — 19 of the .223-caliber variety and two .40-caliber casings — lying in the fourth aisle of the store’s parking lot. Complete article


Wal-Mart employee allegedly rang up $18K in gift cards without payment 01/11/2017

Walmart to eliminate 1,000 corporate positions 01/11/2017

Armed Clinton man arrested after Ill. Walmart lockdown 01/12/2017

A wanted man was captured after he led police on a chase that started at the Wild Rose Casino and ended in a lockdown at Walmart.

Police were called to help apprehend a wanted man fleeing on foot from the Wild Rose Casino, shortly after 9 a.m. on Thursday. They say the man ran into Walmart. Police created a perimeter and the store was put on lockdown. Police tell us all customers and employees were evacuated.

Police officers, along with Walmart security, conducted a search of the store. They say the suspect was found hiding in a merchandise display.

According to police, 35-year-old Jacob M. Dau of Clinton was arrested and charged with unauthorized possession of offensive weapon, control of firearm by felon and domestic abuse assault with display of a weapon. He bond was set at $10,000. Complete article


Gas smell prompts brief evacuation of Suffolk Va. Walmart 01/12/2017

Boy, 12, arrested after stealing car to shoplift toys at Ariz. Walmart 01/10/2017

NH woman found slumped over steering wheel in Walmart parking lot facing drug charges 01/12/2017

Police: Man stole home security camera system from Springfield Mass. Walmart 01/12/2017

Two men sought after south Topeka Kansas Walmart robbed 01/10/2017 Topeka Police are looking for two men they say were stealing from a south Topeka Walmart, when one revealed a handgun.

MCSO: Woodlands man asked Tx. Walmart customer buy explosives for car bomb 01/11/2017

A 36-year-old Woodlands man is accused of making threats to blow up the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office Tuesday.

According to the MCSO, Danyal Arafat was fiddling with the engine of his 1970s-model Volkswagen in the Walmart parking lot at 3040 College Park Drive around 1:30 p.m. Tuesday when he asked a passerby to purchase ammunition and explosive components.

The shopper, who refused, then called law enforcement to report that Arafat gave him a bag of money and told him to go inside Walmart and purchase shotgun shells and model-rocket motors. The shopper said Arafat wanted the items so he could finish making a bomb to blow up the Sheriff's Office.

The shopper also told deputies that Arafat made numerous other remarks about making bombs and mustard gas during their conversation. Deputies deployed a bomb detection dog to thoroughly search Arafat's van for any explosive materials but found none, according to the MCSO. Complete article


Felon allegedly armed with pistol leads police on foot chase through Kansas City Missouri Walmart 01/10/2017

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- A federal affidavit filed Tuesday says that a convicted felon allegedly armed with a Bersa .380 semi-automatic pistol ran from officers and had to be wrestled to the ground inside a Walmart on Monday night. Jeremiah W. Flathers, 34, faces a federal count of being a felon in possession of a firearm and ammunition after he was arrested in the Walmart at 11601 E. U.S. 40 Highway.

The affidavit says that Flathers was seen on surveillance after 7 p.m. opening unpurchased merchandise with a pair of scissors, and then walking around the store with the scissors pointed outwards. Officers were called, and he initially complied when they confronted him, handing over the scissors, though he appeared fidgety. When he heard a dispatcher relay over radio that he was wanted by the U.S. Marshals for amphetamine distribution, Flathers ran away.

As he ran, officers say he was reaching towards his waist area and pockets before he was apprehended. He shouted "I have a gun" while he was on the ground, adding that it was in his pocket. Officers recovered the handgun and found that he was wearing a bulletproof vest, specifically an Emerson JPC plate carrier. The court document says that Flathers spontaneously said: "I was just trying to get rid of the gun and my probation/parole officer told me I could wear a bullet resistant vest." Complete article


Fire suspected at Amherst Canada Walmart 01/12/2017

Pair indicted in Fla. Wal-Mart shooting death in Sept. 01/12/2017

Wal-Mart to train Lancaster County Pa. employees at customer service academy in York 01/12/2017

Police looking for suspects who stole over $12,000 worth of merchandise from NY Walmart 01/12/2017

200 people evacuated from Fla. Wal-Mart after merchandise catches fire 01/12/2017

About 200 people were evacuated from a Lauderdale Lakes Wal-Mart Supercenter after a box of merchandise inside the store caught fire Thursday night, fire officials said.

The incident happened around 8:35 p.m. at 3001 N. State Road 7, said Broward Sheriff Fire Rescue spokesman Mike Jachles.

The fire, which started in the back of the store near the sporting goods section, was put out by employees before firefighters arrived, Jachles said.

The building had filled with smoke and was tested for air quality, Jachles said.

The fire is under investigation by the Broward Sheriff Fire Marshal's Bureau and the Bureau of Fire and Arson Investigations Complete article

Federal fugitive living under dead boy's name found working at Salem Oregon Walmart 01/13/2017

Police investigating double fatal shooting at Riverdale Ga. Walmart 01/14/2017

RIVERDALE, GA -- Riverdale Police responded to the parking lot of the Walmart store in the 7000 block of Old Highway 85, on a shooting call.

On arrival, officers discovered two deceased victims inside a vehicle in the lot that had been shot to death.

The police investigation is now active and ongoing. No motive has been determined at this point. Complete article

Vigils held for man found dead near Walmart 01/16/2017


Walmart faces 174 charges related to sale of Canadian fire-contaminated food 01/13/2017

Walmart Canada and four of its senior managers face 174 charges under the Public Health Act related to the sale of food contaminated during a wildfire that engulfed Fort McMurray, Alta., last May.

A 31-page charge sheet lists the sale of various food items ranging from chocolate bars and nacho chips to pasta, breakfast cereal, bacon and cheese. The charges, filed by Alberta Health Services, state that Walmart Canada failed to ensure that food that had been contaminated or was unfit for human consumption was not stocked or sold at its outlet in downtown Fort McMurray.

Four of the charges allege that Walmart lied to public health inspectors by saying it was not selling food that had been contaminated during the fire.

Court documents show the alleged violations occurred at the Walmart outlet on Hospital Street between May 24 and May 29, 2016.

Prior to allowing residents to re-enter the city, municipal and health officials repeatedly advised residents and businesses to throw out any food products other than those stored safely in cans and tins.

"I think the most alarming thing is the actual number of violations," said Keith Warriner, a food safety specialist at the University of Guelph. Complete article

Fort McMurray Walmart customers react to charges of selling wildfire-contaminated food 01/14/2017


$13 in goods leads to arrest at Iowa Walmart 01/13/2017

The Walmart Foundation Is a Perfect Example of How Corporate Philanthropy is Changing 01/10/2017

Recently, we argued that the once-sleepy world of corporate philanthropy is getting a lot more sophisticated as funders sharpen their priorities and "fuse traditional grantmaking with market-based approaches in ways that traditional foundations either can’t or won’t do." We also noted how corporate philanthropy was getting more tightly yoked to the quest for higher profits.

Changes at the Walmart Foundation in recent years are a perfect example of what's going on. Since Kathleen McLaughlin, a McKinsey veteran, took over leadership of the foundation in 2014, Walmart’s corporate funding has undergone a paradigm shift from widely dispersed local grants to bigger strategic programs that tap into the company's key assets as a business. The backdrop of all this activity, detailed in Walmart's 2016 Giving Report, is a long-term push to revamp the retail giant’s tarnished image in ways that will strengthen its bottom line in coming years.

Once upon a time, the Walmart Foundation mainly existed to sprinkle small donations far and wide in the communities where it operated. It still makes a blizzard of these grants every year, and the foundation has the longest 990 of any charitable organization that we know of. But the real action is around a series of strategic initiatives with many moving parts, mixing grantmaking with other tools—and munificence mixing with self-interest. Complete article


Police: Two men steal from Pa. Walmart two times in one week 01/13/2017

Man wanted for Kohl's shoplifting caught after NJ Walmart theft, police say 01/13/2017

Sumter County sheriff’s detectives seek suspect in theft from Wal-Mart at Buffalo Ridge Fla. 01/14/2017

Officials investigate Walmart evacuation in Pooler Ga. 01/14/2017

Fugitive Files arrest made at Southridge WV Walmart 01/14/2017

Police identify man who allegedly fired 2 shots inside Tempe Ariz. Wal-Mart 01/15/2017

TEMPE, AZ (KPHO/KTVK) - Police evacuated a Tempe Wal-Mart after a man pulled out a gun during a fight with a woman and fired two shots into the ceiling, police said.

Police later identified the suspect as 23-year-old Anthony Gutierrez. He is still on the run.

No one was injured in Sunday morning's incident at 800 E. Southern Ave.

"It was a scary situation," Tempe Police Commander Mike Pooley said. "You had a store full of employees. When our officers were arriving the employees were still running out of the store. We had no idea what we had until we went in and we were able to find witnesses, get everybody out of the store and clear the store and made sure everyone was OK Complete article

Man on bail attempts to kidnap ex-wife at Walmart in shooting 01/23/2017


Utah’s newest liquor store to be located in Wal-Mart parking lot in booming part of West Valley City 01/15/2017

Police accuse 3 of using 27 fraudulent credit cards at Pa. Walmart 01/16/2017

Barboursville WV Wal-Mart Evacuated Due to Gas Leak 01/16/2017

Man shot in face outside west Charlotte NC Walmart 01/16/2017

CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) - A man was shot in the parking lot of a Walmart in west Charlotte early Tuesday morning.

It happened around 2:10 a.m. outside the Walmart on Wilkinson Boulevard.

Charlotte-Mecklenburg police say the man was shot in the face but is expected to be OK.

Police are searching for multiple people in the case. Complete article

Man shot inside car at west Charlotte Walmart, police say 01/16/2017


Off-duty cop tackles, arrests Walmart shoplifting suspect in Colorado Springs 01/16/2017

3 arrested after surveillance captures thieves taking TVs from Ohio Walmart 01/16/2017

Police looking to identify two women accused of shoplifting from WV Walmart 01/16/2017

Officer sues Pa. Wal-Mart for firing him for carrying gun while working as police officer 01/17/2017

TAYLOR, Pa. — A Pennsylvania police officer is suing Wal-Mart after he says he was fired for carrying his police-issued gun while in the store.

While in uniform and on-duty, Michael Zuby said he stopped by the Wal-Mart store where he was employed to grab some lunch.

Zuby, who worked as security at the store, was told by his boss he had to take his gun out of the store.

According to a report from The Times-Tribune, Zuby was told store employees are never allowed to carry a gun while on the property. Complete article


Washington NC Police respond to victim shot in a wooded area near Walmart 01/16/2017

WASHINGTON, NC (WITN) - The Washington Police Department responded to Walmart Saturday afternoon for reports of a shooting victim on the property. Investigators say a 21-year-old was shot in a wooded area near the intersection of Pontiac Drive and Manual Drive. The victim was transported to Vidant Beaufort Hospital. No word on the victim's condition. Complete article


Suspect leads Clovis Ca. police on wild chase after allegedly shoplifting from Walmart 01/14/2017

FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- One man is in custody Saturday after allegedly stealing from a Clovis Walmart and leading police on a high-speed chase.

It started around 5:30 p.m. when police say they tried pulling the man over. He didn't stop and eventually led officers on a high-speed chase on Highway 168 before exiting on Shields Avenue and crashing into the median.

That when he got out of the car and ran into someone's home to hide. With the help of neighbors, police were able to find the man and take him into custody. Complete article


Go-karts stolen from SC Walmart after alarm system disabled 01/16/2017

Arizona woman charged in stabbing at NM Wal-Mart 01/12/2017

FARMINGTON — A 33-year-old woman is facing charges in connection to a stabbing that occurred last week at the Wal-Mart on West Main Street. Jerlene Marcia Heyde, of Many Farms, Ariz., was charged on Jan. 6 in Farmington Magistrate Court with aggravated battery against a household member and evidence tampering. She was arraigned on Monday and remained in custody today at the San Juan County Adult Detention Center. Farmington police were dispatched at approximately 2:28 p.m. on Jan. 6 to Wal-Mart at 1400 W. Main St. in reference to a stabbing that had occurred in the parking lot, according to a statement of probable cause. Complete article


Orlando Fla. Nightclub gunman took wife to Walmart, bought bullets the night before shooting, source reveals 01/17/2017

Man robs Money Center in Colonial Heights Va. Walmart 01/17/2017

NC Walmart evacuated after gas leak detected 01/17/2017

Woman Accused Of Groping 2 Walmart Employees, Customer In Vacaville Ca. 01/17/2017

VACAVILLE (CBS13) – Police are turning to the public to help identify a woman accused of groping two Walmart employees and a Walmart customer.

On Sunday just after 11:30 a.m., the woman reportedly walked into the Walmart on Helen Power Drive. There she walked up to a female associate and grabbed her groin area before leaving the store. She was reportedly gone before police arrived, according to a statement from Vacaville police.

On Monday, the same woman walked into the same Walmart at 10:30 a.m., spoke with another female associate and reportedly grabbed her groin area as well. After leaving the store, she allegedly grabbed the groin of a man in the parking lot. He didn’t report the incident to police but told a store employee what had happened. Complete article


Scam targets seniors in Alabama with Walmart gift cards 01/18/2017

Woman caught stealing from NY Walmart after previous ban from the store 01/18/2017

Aurora Ibd. Police searching for Walmart theft suspect 01/17/2017

Gas leak forces evacuation of NH Wal-Mart 01/18/2017

Dog Pulled From Burning Van at Lake Geneva Wisc. Walmart 01/1/2017

LAKE GENEVA - One dog is lucky to be alive after a car fire in the parking lot of a Lake Geneva Walmart.

It happened shortly before 1 p.m. this afternoon. The City of Lake Geneva Fire Department was dispatched for a car fire in the parking lot of Walmart on Edwards Blvd.

Arriving crews found a well-involved fire engulfing two vehicles. The firefighters used foam and dry chemicals to fight the fire, which had spread to three adjoining cars.

While fighting the fire, firefighters made entry into a burning van and rescued a dog that was trapped. Fire crews resuscitated the dog and transported it to the Lake Geneva Animal Hospital for treatment. Complete article


Walmart sued for firing of employee with Down syndrome 01/18/2017

MANITOWOC, Wis. — Walmart is facing a federal lawsuit from the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunities Commission over termination of a 15-year Wisc. employee with Down syndrome at a Wisconsin store.

According to a news release from the EEOC on Wednesday, Marlo Spaeth, of Manitowoc, Wis., was disciplined for absenteeism after management changed her schedule of 15 years. Spaeth typically worked from noon to 4 p.m. The new scheduling system called for Spaeth to work later and longer shifts and, because of her disability, she was unable to adapt to the changes in routine, the news release said.

Walmart did not change Spaeth’s schedule even after she requested the changes, the news release added. The new schedule took effect in November 2014 and Spaeth was fired for attendance issues July 10, 2015. Complete article


Corning residents plead guilty to hitting officer with car during attempted Iowa Walmart theft in Dec. 01/19/2017

Fort Morgan electric system not cause of Colorado Walmart blackout Tuesday 01/18/2017

Gun Barrel City Tx. Wal-Mart evacuated during bomb threat 01/17/2017

Vero Beach Fla. Wal-Mart & Sam's Club evacuated due to bomb threat 01/19/2017

Woman hides in Va. Walmart dressing room from man who allegedly sexually assaulted her 01/19/2017

Man robbed at gunpoint for 2 pair of shoes in Walmart parking lot in Fairfax County Va. 01/19/2017

FAIRFAX COUNTY, Va. (ABC7) — A man was robbed at gunpoint for two pair shoes by another man in the parking lot of a Walmart in Fairfax County, Virginia.

Police say the man was not injured in the incident.

On Jan. 18, the victim was waiting in the parking lot to sell two pair of shoes in the 2800 block of Fairhaven Avenue. While waiting, the other man walked up and pulled a gun on him and stole the shoes, according to police. Complete article


Police: Belpre man commits suicide outside Parkersburg WV Wal-Mart 01/19/2017

PARKERSBURG — A Belpre man taking his own life in a Wal-Mart parking lot Thursday is possibly related to a domestic situation, Parkersburg Police Chief Joe Martin said.

The deceased was identified by police as Cameron R. Lucas, 23, of Belpre.

Parkersburg Police Department officers were dispatched to Wal-Mart at 2900 Pike St. to a complaint of a suspicious person sitting in a vehicle with a firearm, Martin said.

Officers approached this subject with caution and as they were approaching from the rear of the vehicle, they identified one male passenger inside the car, Martin said.

Officers continued to get closer to this subject and the passenger was witnessed by the officers to brandish a semiautomatic pistol and take his own life, Martin said. EMS responded and took the male to Camden Clark Medical Center where he passed away from the self-inflicted gunshot wound, Martin said. Complete article


Midlothian Tx. Walmart Evacuated due to a bomb threat 01/19/2017

Florida woman used photocopied $20 bills at Walmart, Applebee’s 01/19/2017

Man walks into Ga. Walmart with gunshot wound 01/20/2017

LAWRENCEVILLE, Ga. -- A man walked into a Walmart after being shot in the arm Thursday night.

The Walmart is on Hurricane Shoals Road.

Lawrenceville Police are investigating and Capt. Greg Vaughn said the victim could have walked there from the Hillcrest Greens Apartments that are nearby. Complete article


Judge: Ithaca NY Walmart Murder Suspect Ruled ‘Incompetent' 01/19/2017

Scam alert: Misleading email circulating, offering Wal-Mart gift card 01/20/2017

Late police calls: Odd theft at Ohio Walmart 01/1/2017

Suspects in Isabella County Mich. Walmart theft case identified 01/19/2017

Man nabbed in Dec. at Rochester Minn. Walmart pleads not guilty 01/20/2017

Shelley man arrested for burglary at Idaho Falls Walmart 01/20/2017

Police: Teens in stolen car attempt to rob Ill. Wal-Mart, lead officers on chase 01/20/2017

JOLIET – Police say teens tried stealing TVs from Wal-Mart while their companions led officers on a chase in a stolen car Friday.

The incident began shortly before 12:45 p.m. when the two 17-year-old boys and two 16-year-old boys arrived at Wal-Mart, 1401 Route 59 in Joliet, in a gray Dodge Intrepid, according to Deputy Chief Ed Gregory.

"Store security called [police] for a shoplifting in progress. The 17-year-olds went into the store while the two 16-year-olds waited in the vehicle," Gregory said. "One of our captains was in the area and checked the registration on the Intrepid to learn it had been stolen out of Markham."

But when the 16-year-olds saw police near the vehicle, they sped off onto Route 59 and drove south into Shorewood, Gregory said. Joliet and Shorewood officers pursued the vehicle to Vertin Drive where the driver lost control and struck a mailbox. Complete article


Man, 37, arrested after series of bomb threats to Jacksonville Fla, Wal-Mart stores 01/20/2017

A 37-year-old Illinois man was arrested Wednesday after police said several Jacksonville-area Wal-Mart stores received bomb threats followed by phone calls threatening gun violence.

Beginning about 7:45 a.m., a man called six of the retailer’s locations using the same phone to warn employees about a bomb planted inside each store, according to an arrest report. Later the caller said he “was about to walk into the store and shoot everyone,” the report said.

The calls were traced to a pre-paid Verizon phone that police said was registered to Jason Jorge Martinez. Armed with a warrant, police tracked the calls to Hemming Park downtown where they found Martinez. He was taken into custody following an interview. Complete article


Police: Man robs Fla. Walmart then grabs food at Wendy's 01/20/2017

Luggage Stolen From Vehicle at Kahului Hawaii Walmart 01/19/2017

Isabella deputies ID, charge Pa. Walmart retail fraud suspects 01/20/2017

Witness saw twister as warnings sounded; damage reported at Wal-mart in Warner Robins Ga. 01/21/2017

Gunman At Large After Shooting In Colorado Walmart Parking Lot 01/21/2017

AURORA, Colo. (CBS4) – Police are searching for a gunman who shot a man in Aurora early Saturday afternoon.

It started as a fight between two men in a Walmart parking lot at 10390 East Colfax Avenue. One person pulled out a gun and shot the other. The victim ran into a business called Ace Cash nearby and called for help.

He was taken to the hospital and was suffering from life-threatening injuries.

The suspect got away in a dark colored car. Police said they don’t have a good description of him. Complete article

Some Residents Not Surprised By Shooting At Walmart 01/22/2017


Police say man threatened Ankeny Iowa Wal-Mart employees 01/21/2017

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — A man has been charged after Ankeny Wal-Mart employees say he threatened to kill them with a knife he had stolen from the store.

The Des Moines Register says the incident happened Jan. 10. Employees say the man tried to leave the store with the knife, clothing and beer and that when they stopped him, he threatened to kill them. They let him leave and locked the doors behind him. As they did, police say, the man brandished the knife and tapped it against the glass door.

Police arrested 33-year-old Kelly Alan Sears, of Des Moines, and charged him with two counts each of harassment and trespassing. Complete article


Man accused of threatening security guard with a gun, stealing from Greensboro NC Walmart 01/22/2017

GREENSBORO, N.C. – Police are looking for a man accused of stealing several items from a Walmart in Greensboro and threatening the security guard with a gun.

Officers responded to the incident shortly before 11:30 p.m. Saturday at 121 W. Elmsley Drive, Greensboro police said in a press release.

Police said the man took several items after pushing and then threatening the security guard with a concealed handgun in his pocket. Complete article


Idaho Walmart theft suspect arrested 01/22/2017

POLICE REPORTS: Alleged Tx. Walmart shoplifter tells police he’s ‘working security’ 01/22/2017 Police arrested Alexander Ignacio Herrera, 43, of Livingston, on a criminal mischief charge after he was caught trying to shoplift from Walmart Thursday night, according to a Lufkin Police report. When approached by an officer, Herrera reportedly said he was working security at the store.

San Antonio Tx. police reopen Walmart security guard's 1994 cold case killing 01/22/2017

A new report says San Antonio police have reopened the cold case murder of a Walmart security guard.

James Fogle, 30, was shot and killed when he interrupted an overnight burglary on Jan. 20, 1994, and police believe there are people who know what happened, KSAT-TV reported Friday.

"I think after 22 years, somebody's conscience may be weighing heavy on them where they may feel that they can call in and not necessarily leave a name, but give us some new information on the case," cold case Detective Michael DeLeon told the station.

Fogle was killed responding to a burglary alarm. He was shot multiple times in the back and died instantly. Complete article


Boys find bag of dead ducks dumped at Missouri Walmart 01/23/2017

Three people arrested for shooting at Williamsburg Va. Walmart in Dec. 01/23/2017

State police ID man suspected of DUI after nearly hitting Plattsburgh NY Walmart 01/23/2017

PLATTSBURGH, N.Y. — One man was arrested Monday night after police said he drove through a stop sign, nearly hitting the Walmart in Plattsburgh. Advertisement

Several agencies, including New York State Police and Clinton County sheriff's deputies, responded to the scene just after 10 p.m. outside the Walmart at Consumer Square located off Route 3.

Officials said the man, identified as Navro Deere, 23, of Morrisonville, drove his car past a stop sign in the parking lot and came close to hitting the building. Complete article


Tornado intensified before slamming into Ga. Wal-Mart in at least a 14 mile path, weather service says 01/24/2017

Two Suspects Arrested in Milford Delaware Walmart Shoplifting Scheme 01/24/2017

Liverpool NY man accused of having stolen merchandise from Wal-Marts across state 01/24/2017

Walmart Academy Graduation 01/24/2017

Police seek Tx. Walmart shoplifting suspect 01/25/2017

Really Big Data At Walmart: Real-Time Insights From Their 40+ Petabyte Data Cloud 01/23/2017

Walmart – the world’s biggest retailer with over 20,000 stores in 28 countries, is in the process of building the world’ biggest private cloud, to process 2.5 petabytes of data every hour.

To make sense of all of this information, and put it to work solving problems, the company has created what it calls its Data CafĂ© – a state-of-the-art analytics hub located within its Bentonville, Arkansas headquarters.

Here, over 200 streams of internal and external data, including 40 petabytes of recent transactional data, can be modelled, manipulated and visualized. Teams from any part of the business are invited to bring their problems to the analytics experts and then see a solution appear before their eyes on the nerve centre’s touch screen “smart boards”.

This tool has cut down the amount of time it takes to solve complex business questions, which are reliant on multiple external and internal variables, from weeks to minutes. Complete article


Walmart is going to start selling cars because why not? 01/2/2017

You can already buy just about anything you need at Walmart, and now the mega retailer is going to start selling something you probably never expected: cars. Yep, the country’s biggest store chain will provide car-buying services at 25 of its largest stores in Texas, Arizona, and Oklahoma, allowing you to walk into the store for a gallon of milk and walk out with a new gas-guzzling SUV. Isn’t America wonderful?

As Automotive News reports, selected Walmart stores won’t actually be operating themselves as dealerships, however, but will instead partner with dealership groups to provide access to car-buying terminals within its stores. Much like Walmart provides spaces for banks, credit unions, fast food chains and even doctors to operate within its stores, the auto sales will be conducted from a small shop in the front of the store. Customers will be able to purchase cars via CarSaver, a digital platform which utilizes touchscreen kiosks so shoppers can browse a selection of new and used vehicles and even get approved for financing and insurance right from within the Walmart.

It sounds like a slick little system, but here’s the catch: the cars aren’t actually at Walmart at all. Customers can’t test drive them or kick the tires at the store, but instead have to travel to the actual car dealership that has the car they wanted. If a customer actually follows through and purchases the vehicle, CarSaver gets a “success fee” of $350 or thereabouts. I don’t know about you, but I’ve never tried to get approved for an auto loan before even sitting in the car I wanted to buy, but hey, it’s Walmart after all. Complete article


Walmart Maintains Market Domination While Its Competitors Stumble 01/23/2017

Walmart recently announced that they were going to add 10,000 jobs. It bucks a trend in retail that has seen job losses and bankruptcies. This comes as the retail industry suffered through a rough 2016. Through the end of November 2016, the retail industry shed 57,969 jobs. Among the retailers cutting jobs in 2016 were Verizon, Nordstrom, and Ralph Lauren.

2017 is looking like another rough year for the retail sector. Earlier this year Macy’s announced the closure of 68 stores and the loss of 10,100 jobs. The retailer laid off over 4,000 and closed 36 stores in January 2016. Sears and K-Mart have also announced the closure of a combined 150 stores; Sears sold off its Craftsman line and K-Mart remains a brand on life support. Complete article


Man tries to help Missouri Walmart employee, gets bit in the leg 01/24/2017

BRANSON, Mo. A Branson man is in jail, charged with three counts of assault in the third degree, resisting arrest, and possession of a controlled substance.

Police say Hayden Forrest started a fight in the Branson Walmart Supercenter on Saturday night and injured five people, including two officers.

On Monday, we spoke with a mother who recorded part of the incident on her phone. The video shows two men struggling to pin a man on the ground. Tonight, we met one of the men in the video: David Brown. He says he jumped in to try and help a Walmart employee who was being attacked, and he walked away with one of the strangest injuries of his life.

“He got pretty far in there,” explained Brown, “You don’t see a whole huge bite wound... You see where his tooth sunk in there.”

Brown says Forrest bit him in the leg hard enough to rip his pant leg open and cover his leg in blood. Complete article


'He got a gun! He got a gun!': Terrified Walmart customers scramble during apparent robbery 01/21/2017

A man pulled a gun inside a crowded Walmart on the South Side on Saturday night during an apparent attempted robbery, according to police and a staffer.

Officers were called to the Walmart at 8331 S. Stewart Ave. in the West Chatham neighborhood about 8:15 p.m., according to police.

No injuries have been reported, police said.

A cashier at the Walmart said a man wearing a red jacket and blue jeans entered the store and was in the line at the Money Center when he suddenly brandished a gun and apparently tried to rob another customer in the line. Complete article


Homer man shoplifted from NY Walmart, police say 01/24/2017

Purse stolen in parking lot of Statesville NC Walmart 01/25/2017

Police: Woman’s purse stolen from Wichita Kansas Walmart 01/24/2017

Idaho Walmart theft suspect arrested 01/22/2017

Clayton man facing theft charge in Ind. Walmart incident 01/24/2017

Bomb Squad responds to ‘suspicious package’ at Arkansas Wal-Mart 01/23/2017 “A guy locked his backpack to the wall before he went into the store because he didn’t want Wal-Mart to think he was shoplifting,” Conway Police Department spokesman LaTresha Woodruff said.

Walmart store in Mechanicsville Va. evacuated due to bomb threat 01/26/2017

Woman jailed after Tx. Wal-Mart assault 01/25/2017

Johnson City Tenn. Police Department officers arrest Walmart shoplifter who threatened employees with pocket knife 01/25/2017

JOHNSON CITY, TN (WJHL) – Johnson City Police Department officers arrested a shoplifting suspect Tuesday evening who reportedly threatened Walmart employees with a pocket knife while he was trying to steal a television set from the store.

According to a JCPD news release, officers were called to Walmart, 3111 Browns Mill Road in Johnson City, in reference to a shoplifter.

An investigation revealed that the suspect — Steven Collins, 29, of Kingsport — was confronted by loss prevention employees at the store when he was attempting to steal a 55-inch television set. Complete article


Boy buys baseball bat at Ca. Wal-Mart, beats suspected thief at In-N-Out 01/25/2017

Chico >> A 15-year-old bought a baseball bat at Wal-Mart and allegedly assaulted a suspected thief around 10:20 p.m. Tuesday at In-N-Out.

The attack happened after a 21-year-old man allegedly stole a cellphone and identification from a 29-year-old woman in the Wal-Mart parking lot on Forest Avenue, according to a news release from the Chico Police Department.

Police say the 15-year-old boy purchased an aluminum baseball bat from the store and along with the woman and another woman, started looking for the thief.

The trio found the man in the In-N-Out parking lot, on Business Lane behind Wal-Mart, according to the release. The 15-year-old chased the man and hit him multiple times with the bat. Complete article


Arkansas Man Allegedly Steals Beer then Fires Gun at Ohio Walmart 01/26/2017

ST. CLAIRSVILLE, OH - A man was arrested on Wednesday night after he allegedly fired 12 shots near the St. Clairsville Walmart.>

According to Belmont County Sheriff Dave Lucas, Derek Young, 25, of Arkansas is behind bars after the incident. >

Sheriff Lucas says Young first went into the store and stole beer before heading to the lower lot by Arby's and firing the 12 shots into the air. Lucas tells us nobody was injured and the Sheriff's office was able to apprehend Young without any incident. Complete article


Columbus Ga. police fire shots at alleged shoplifter in Victory Drive Wal-Mart 01/26/2017

A Columbus police officer shot twice at an alleged shoplifter during a chase Thursday afternoon in the Wal-Mart at 3515 Victory Drive, authorities said.>

The suspect, whose name has yet to be released, was treated at Columbus Midtown Medical Center and released into police custody. No officers were injured.>

Authorities said they received a call around noon Thursday to investigate a shoplifting in progress. Two officers responded to the scene and identified the suspect in the store who was allegedly opening packages and placing the stolen property in his clothing.>

Boren said the suspect fled and the officers chased him throughout Wal-Mart. He pointed a handgun at officers multiple times during the chase, according to the police chief.>

They were in the garden center area in Wal-Mart when shots were fired. Complete article

Suspect named in officer involved shooting at Victory Drive Wal-Mart 01/27/2017


Mount Olive police charge NC Wal-Mart employee with steaing money 01/26/2017

Murfreesboro Tenn. Walmart evacuated after bomb threat 01/26/2017

Bomb threat hoax leads to evacuation of Walmart store in Newport Oregon 01/30/2017

Charges: Disabled ND man who tried to run over Wal-Mart customers with scooter, then kicked cop fails to show at court 01/26/2017

Wal-Mart revamps pay policy, speeds up training program 01/26/2017

Two years after raising minimum wages for store employees to $9 per hour, Wal-Mart Stores Inc. is making adjustments to the way it hands out pay increases and trains store employees.

The retailer will abbreviate a training program that new employees must complete to earn $10 per hour. The six-month program introduced last year will now take three months to complete, said company executives.

Wal-Mart WMT, -0.45% will stick with an annual raise system it first implemented last year, in which most store employees get their raise on a single day. That changes a longtime practice of linking store employees’ annual raises to performance, doling them out on each employee’s hire-date anniversary.

This year employees hired on or before Oct. 31, 2016 will get a 2% raise on Feb. 18th. Longtime workers who make the most their job title allows get a onetime lump sum of 2% of their annual pay, as they did last year. Wal-Mart says its average salary is $13.69 per hour, or about $25,000 a year for a full-time employee, a pool the company says makes up just over half of its store workers. Complete article


Suspect charged in iPod thefts at Havelock NC Walmart 01/26/2017

Tracy Morgan ordered to hand over financial documents in Walmart crash settlement 01/23/2017

Tracy Morgan must hand over six years of tax returns and other highly personal information in an ongoing dispute over his megabucks crash settlement with Walmart.

A federal magistrate judge in New Jersey gave the comedian 20 days to cough up the documents sought by Walmart insurers in a ruling last week.

In the underlying dispute, Ohio Casualty Insurance Company and Liberty Insurance Underwriters are fighting their obligation to the “exorbitant” cash windfalls promised to Morgan and fellow comedian Ardie Fuqua by the retail behemoth.

Morgan and Fuqua both received confidential settlements from Walmart after the deadly July 7, 2014, crash on the New JerseyTurnpike that killed their friend James McNair. Complete article


Man charged in theft of electronics from Manchester NH Walmart 01/27/2017

Greeter known for his festive spirit for all holidays fired from Hanover Pa. Wal-Mart 01/27/2017

The Baltimore Pike Wal-Mart in Hanover will be missing a familiar face from now on.

Ken Emerick, a greeter for nearly eight years who was known for his festive holiday attire, was fired yesterday, York Daily Record reported.

Emerick, fondly referred to as Mr. Ken, was removed from the company followed an incident earlier this week when he tried to stop a group of eight or nine boys from riding their scooters through the store.

Emerick told the York Daily Record that he yelled after them, but one of the boys replied, "There ain't a (expletive) thing you can do to us."

"I guess I lost it," he said, and he grabbed the scooter. Emerick said he may have rubbed against the boy, but he didn't hit him.

The boys involved a security guard, who called the police.

Emerick was asked to punch out early and was suspended. On Thursday, he was told he was fired.

His action, he explained, came from his concern for elderly customers who may have gotten hurt by the kids on scooters.

"My priority is I don't want to see anybody hurt," he told York Daily Record. Complete article


Obstacles Remain in Talks to Settle Wal-Mart Bribery Probe 01/27/2017

One sticking point in the retailer’s efforts to end the federal investigation into foreign bribes is its future eligibility to accept food stamps in the U.S.

Wal-Mart Stores Inc. tried and failed to settle a foreign-bribery probe that has stretched for five years and cost the company more than $820 million, according to people familiar with the federal investigation.

In the final weeks of the Obama administration, the world's largest retailer and U.S. officials weren't able to agree on a deal before Donald Trump's inauguration, people familiar with the matter said. "Wal-Mart and the government are very far apart in terms of a settlement, " one of the people said Thursday.

The Justice Department and Securities and Exchange Commission have been investigating allegations that Wal-Mart violated the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act by paying bribes to foreign government officials as it expanded around the word. The talks are intended to settle any charges that would arise from the probe. Wal-Mart has acknowledged the government probes and said it is cooperating with them. Complete article


Walmart Foundation donates grants for kids, veterans 01/27/2017

A central Illinois nonprofit was among three organizations this week that received a total $280,000 in grants from the WALMART FOUNDATION.

ILLINOIS COALITION FOR COMMUNITY SERVICES will use the $200,000 it got to support its BACKPACK BITES FOR KIDS program that provides weekend meals for 571 children each week from schools that include St. Patrick Catholic School in Springfield and Riverton Elementary School.

The VETERANS FOUNDATION OF ILLINOIS received $50,000 for its veterans service program, and GOODWILL INDUSTRIES OF CENTRAL ILLINOIS got $30,000 to support its veterans employment program. Complete article


Police seek your help in case of $1,000 shoplifting incident at Ill. Walmart 01/27/2017

Walmart Apologizes For Condoms In Colorado Valentine’s Display 01/27/2017

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (CBS4)– Walmart is apologizing for what some are calling an inappropriate Valentine’s Day display.

Condoms were put in the holiday aisle next to the Valentine’s Day stuffed animals.

The Walmart store is located off Interstate 25 in Colorado Springs.

Walmart customer Susan Alexander saw the display on Thursday and called the manager. She was told it was “cross merchandising.”

“I have a 7, 8, 12 and 15-year-old. I don’t want any of them to be seeing that in the Valentine section. Keep it over in the pharmacy,” said Alexander. Complete article


Michigan State Police say two men found dead in Dodge in Walmart parking lot -- 'Nobody knows what to think' 01/28/2017

OWOSSO, MI -- Rather than asking for a drink, customers Friday night coming through the doors of the Rainbow Bar asked first if anyone had heard about what happened.

Police were investigating a double homicide less than a mile from city limits in a Walmart Supercenter parking lot.

Around 5:20 p.m. Friday, Jan. 27, police received a call stating there were dead people inside a vehicle in the parking lot of the Walmart at 1621 E M-21 in Caledonia Township, said Michigan State Police Lt. Paul Pummill.

Michigan State Police Lt. David Kaiser said police are investigating it as a double homicide. Complete article

Men found dead in vehicle outside Walmart are from Flint, state police say 01/28/2017

Craigslist drug deal led to shooting deaths in Walmart parking lot, police say 01/29/2017 ..... Once the Grand Rapids men arrived in the parking lot to purchase an undisclosed amount of marijuana, they robbed Carson and Hammond and fatally shot them inside a white Dodge Nitro.

Police were able to apprehend one of the suspects -- a 31-year-old man -- Saturday night in Grand Rapids.

A 23-year-old man was arrested around 9:30 a.m. Sunday morning after a search warrant was executed at a Stewart Street home in Grand Rapids in partnership between state police and the department's Special Response Team.


York Co. SC Walmart thieves crash getaway car, escape, but return for loot, police say 01/27/2017

LAKE WYLIE Two women accused of stealing almost $1,400 in goods from a Lake Wylie Walmart, then crashing a stolen getaway car, were arrested when they returned to retrieve loot, police and jail records show.

Cassandra Michell Webber, 32, of York, is charged with hit and run, driving without a license, shoplifting, conspiracy, possession of a stolen vehicle and disregarding a yield sign, jail records show. Webber was jailed under a $20,125 bond, York County jail records show.

Courtney Nicole Cason, 29, of Charlotte, was charged with criminal conspiracy, shoplifting and giving false information after she allegedly gave officers a fake name. Cason is jailed on a $5,590 bond but has two holds on her from other agencies, jail records show.

Deputies were sent to Lake Wylie to assist S.C. Highway Patrol troopers around 7 p.m. Wednesday after people in one of the vehicles involved in a collision fled into a nearby field, a York County Sheriff’s Office report stated. Complete article


Judge gives probation to teen involved in 2015 beating outside Salem Va. Walmart 01/27/2017

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Man sentenced in fraud scheme that hit Wisc. Walmart 01/27/2017

3 charged in shots fired incident at Williamsburg Va. Walmart 01/24/2017

Wal-Mart in south Las Vegas Nevada closed after grease fire in McDonald’s outlet 01/28/2017

Detectives seeking pair that fled with laptop in pickup from Wal-Mart at Buffalo Ridge Fla. 01/28/2017

Queensbury NY Walmart evacuated during fire. 01/29/2017

Authorities investigate officer-involved shooting at Arkansas Walmart parking lot 01/29/2017

Authorities are investigating an officer-involved shooting following an undercover drug bust at a Walmart parking lot, according to the Sallisaw Police Department.

Sallisaw Police and the Sequoyah County Sheriff's Department were conducting the investigation in the Sallisaw Walmart parking lot.

Police say officers began shooting after a suspect hit an officer with their vehicle.

Three suspects were later taken into custody following a pursuit. Complete article


Possible gas leaks forces evacuation of Blackfoot Idaho Walmart 01/29/2017

Danville Ill. Wal-Mart evacuated after bomb threat 01/29/2017

NC Walmart crime spree lands man in jail 01/30/2017

Walmart employee stabbed in back at Kearny Mesa Ca. store 01/29/2017

A 24-year-old Walmart employee was stabbed by an unidentified man at a store in Kearny Mesa on Saturday night, police said.

The victim was standing outside the Walmart on Shawline Street near where employees often smoke when a man came up behind her and stabbed her in the back about 9:55 p.m., San Diego police Officer Robert Heims said.

The assailant was last seen running north through the store’s parking lot. He was described as Latino, in his 30s, and about 5 feet 5 inches tall with a medium build. He was wearing a green shirt, tan pants and was balding. Complete article


Man arrested after overdosing on heroin in diaper aisle of Muncie Ind. Walmart 01/29/2017

MUNCIE, Ind. – A man was arrested Thursday after police say he overdosed in the diaper aisle of a Muncie Walmart.

Officers were called to the store in the 4800 block of Clara Lane around 6 p.m. to investigate a report of an unconscious man.

When police arrived, they found Brett N. Henry, 25, surrounded by a crowd of people. Officers advised the crowd to make room and they began to attach AED pads on the man’s chest. EMS personnel arrived shortly after and began treating Henry. ....

When asked about gel caps, police say Henry admitted it was heroin, which he crushed and snorted while in the Walmart restroom. Complete article


Woman Uses Self-Checkout to Steal From Vero Beach Fla. Walmart 01/29/2017 The suspect failed to scan 9 items totaling $31.01.

Crews Respond To Attempted Fire At Ky. Walmart 01/30/2017

LEXINGTON, Ky (LEX 18) Fire crews responded to the Walmart on Grey Lag Way Monday after they say two people tried to set towels on fire in the bathroom.

They say that no arrests have been made and the two people, who they believe are juveniles, were gone by the time police arrived.

The attempted fire happened around 9:40 p.m. Complete article


Police: 2 arrested after NH Walmart hit by same thieves twice in 2 months 01/31/2017

Police: Possible shoplifter opens Ga. Walmart boxes with knife 01/33/2017

Weekend Arrests: Beer Run at Tx. Walmart and More 01/30/2017

Bedford Ind. Man Arrested After Stealing From Walmart 01/31/2017

Suspects Stole TV, Threatened Walmart Employee: Manchester Conn. Police 01/31/2017

3 injured in robbery at Secaucus Walmart: court document 01/31/2017

Deputies shoot man armed with ax, knife outside Fla. Walmart Suspect tried to run over deputies, officials say 01/31/2017

ORLANDO, Fla. - Two Orange County sheriff's deputies shot a man who was armed with a 9-inch knife and an ax when he tried to run them over with his vehicle, officials said.

The shooting was reported at 12:23 p.m. Tuesday outside the Walmart Neighborhood Market on Chickasaw Trail and Lake Underhill Road, according to the Sheriff's Office.

Deputies said they were called because Abraham Canaan, 51, had been knocking over items inside the store.

Officials said two women accused Canaan of stalking them. He also might have been stalking another woman, who works at the store. Complete article


Bomb threats targeting Wal-Mart lead to 1 man’s arrest, another’s release 01/31/2017

A series of bomb threats made to Jacksonville-area Wal-Mart stores led to the arrest Friday of a homeless man that coincided with the release of a different man previously jailed in the case.

Nicholas Kinney, 48, faces felony charges of false bomb report and threat to throw, project or discharge a destructive device, according to his arrest report.

He remains in custody at the Duval County jail on $100,000 bail.

Kinney was arrested Jan. 27, the same day court records show prosecutors decided not to pursue charges against 37-year-old Jason Jorge Martinez.

Martinez had been in jail since Jan. 19. He was found in Hemming Park after police said several calls received by the retailer’s stores threatening explosions and gun violence were traced to a pre-paid Verizon phone registered in his name.

But the threats didn’t end with Martinez’s arrest.

The 48-year-old said he was angry about Wal-Mart posting online that he’d stolen merchandise, the report said. Complete article


2 sought in theft from Fruitville Pike Pa. Walmart 01/31/2017

Fla. Walmart employee, 2 others accused of fraud 01/31/2017

Watertown NY woman accused of taking items from Walmart 01/31/2017

Stolen Credit Cards Used at Md. Target, Walmart: Police 01/31/2017

Staunton Va. police seeking suspect in Walmart larceny 01/31/2017

Police: Possible shoplifter opens Ga. Walmart boxes with knife 01/30/2017


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