Thursday, January 2, 2020
Walmart Crime Report December 2019
Walmart had at least thirteen more shootings this month, with three of them fatal. There were an additional five more people killed at Walmart, four bodies that were found on the premises, which don't appear to involve crimes, one motorcyclist killed in an accident and a man stabbed to death. This doesn't count an additional five people that died in a twin engine plane crash that landed in a field next to Walmart. (This was originally reported with twelve shootings and two fatal; however the last shooting of the month left one person critically injured and he died a few days later and a week later a report came in about one more shooting bringing the total up to thirteen, and raising total for both deaths and shootings for the year by one.)
This is fewer than average for both shootings and murders this year; however, it would have been above average for both several years ago and this year broke records for both with a total of at least on-hundred-fifty-two shootings for the year and one-hundred-thirty-four deaths. The previous record for shootings was in 2017 which had at least one-hundred-twenty-one shootings and last year there were at least one-hundred-four deaths; if there were more deaths in previous years it certainly wouldn't have been much more than that.
The final shooting on New Year's Eve left a victim in critical condition, if he dies then that would raise the death total by one more; and the first shooting of 2020 happened on New Year's Day, which isn't surprising since this is one of the most violent days of the year. Since the new record is so much higher than the previous one, there's little chance that they'll break it for another year or two at least; however, if they don't do something to bring their crime and violence problem down that's not much to brag about.
The shootings include, 15 shootings and 5 deaths in January; 12 shootings and 9 deaths in February; 13 shootings and 10 deaths in March; 11 shootings and 10 deaths in April; 4 shootings and 8 deaths in May; 14 shootings and 13 deaths in June; 11 shootings and 12 deaths in July; 18-20 shootings and 31 deaths in August; 8-9 shootings and 6 deaths in September; 14 shootings and 8 deaths in October; 19 shootings and 13 deaths in November; and twelve more shootings and eight deaths from December.
One of these shootings didn't turn up in the news on a Google search until eleven days after it happened, even though there were eight shots fired. These shootings include any case where at least one shot was fired on the premises of Walmart or a handful at Sam's Club or as a result of crimes that began there. There's only a handful that took place off the premises often after a chase that began at Walmart.
There was one more shooting that happened after a pursuit of an armed robber this month who evaded police several times for at least three days before they eventually caught him after an officer involved shooting, which took place elsewhere and this isn't counted among the shootings. This was among more than a dozen additional gun crimes that took place at Walmart last month, more than half armed robberies, a couple shootings scares where no shots were actually fired and at least one domestic incident.
Another of their shoplifting suspects was added to the Tennessee most wanted list for a murder that took place elsewhere; and there were at least half a dozen assaults on employees often while trying to prevent shoplifting, including one case where a man beat an elderly employee just for looking at him the wrong way and another where an employee was bit. There were also at least three kidnapping attempts and three major assaults, including two robberies and one where a customer was angry because someone took to long at the self-check-out lane; and four more sexual assaults.
Walmart prosecuted a blind shopper for petty theft in NH at tax payer expense in a trial that must have cost thousands of dollars and the prosecutors and judge went along with it and convicted him, which is a brazen example of bureaucracy gone mad. There's little or no consideration of prosecuting Walmart for deceptive advertising as a bait and switch.
A couple more Walmarts had reports of spikes in crime, including one that specified violent crime; and another that had a 'Shoplifting blitz' where police worked undercover to catch people stealing at the self-checkout lane. there's little or no discussion about whether this should be considered a form of entrapment nor do they make any research to show whether they spend more money than they save by cutting on employees to catch shoplifters at the self checkout lane. If they gather this information, which is almost guaranteed, it's almost certainly considered proprietary, even though the courts foot the bill for a lot of the efforts to arrest people at tax payer expense.
Small business don't get to benefit from this tactic, and they're being driven out of business by Walmart even though they have much less crime problems.
A Texas woman is suing Walmart for razor blades in their shopping carts; this has been a growing problem for years where shoplifters put them there to cut packaging and Walmart and many police departments or media outlets know about it; yet they often act as if they don't know why the razor blades keep turning up. If they're not sharing information so they know what's going on that strongly implies that someone in power is trying to prevent it. Occasionally local news outlets or police report on this but most act as if they don't know about it.
One Walmart employee was arrested for "posing as police officer" in a case that the management almost certainly must have known about yet they're not being investigated. another one is being accused of making homophobic slurs; and a disgruntled employee threatened to blow up the store, yet Cramer, host of "Mad Money says it's a great company, and I suppose we're supposed to assume that he's not being paid to provide propaganda for them even though he does a terrible job at it.
Walmart had at least ten fires last month including at least two arsons, and more that are under investigation that might turn out to be arson, although a few of them are almost certainly maintenance problems; four of them were vehicle fires, including one that killed a dog inside. One of the arsons was intended to distract from a shoplifting, which never works but they keep trying.
In addition to the motorcyclist who was killed, there were another sixteen or so crashes, chases, carjackings hit and runs or other vehicular crimes, including several children or elderly people hit by cars, and one car that crashed right into the store, which happens almost every month, occasionally going right down the aisles, although this crash ended just after it went through the doors.
In addition to the stabbing death there were another half a dozen knife crimes including one that wasn't reported until weeks later. I haven't done what I would consider a conclusive statistical study but delayed reporting of major crime may be getting more common after more people have learned of Walmart's crime problems. There ties to other corporations including Google have been increasing which raises the possibility that they might be subtly suppressing some of the news of their high crime problems. There have been additional hints of this possibility including the increased number of media reports claiming that certain crimes happened "near Walmart" in what used to be reported as happening in Walmart parking lots; this became more common after national reports by Bloomberg in August 2016 spurred an increase in local reports about their crime problems at Walmart.
Walmart had numerous other crimes including several sexual assaults, fights with police, thefts of Salvation Army Kettles, one of which was replaced by an anonymous donor, panics caused by empty threats to ram a military vehicle into the store or loud noises in at least two different examples, one caused by fireworks, assaults, shoplifting sprees that run into thousands of dollars and much more, often that never make it into the news like thousands of shoplifting's that happen every day often walking out with entire shopping carts full of merchandise.
With Walmart's crime problems there's no surprise that they often overreact, and they have regular lawsuits from people claiming to be falsely accused including one this month from someone accused of shoplifting just before Christmas a year or to ago. This year they had a sting to catch people at the self-checkout lane just before Christmas and at the same time they're cutting holiday pay for their workers which is spurring calls for a boycott, this is especially important since the workers are the ones at risk of the crime not the executives that are taking all the money while suppressing worker pay!
One man says his car burst into flames after getting an oil change at Walmart, when he called them to report a problem they told him to drive it back which was when the fire happened then blamed him for driving despite telling him to do just that, not warning him not to. Another customer claims they were scammed after buying a display watch & in both cases Walmart refused to take responsibility, as of these reports they still haven't but usually after getting lots of media attention they reluctantly do in the end, but you have to be prepared to shame them to hold them accountable or boycott them which may be even better.
A 6-year-old girl found a Christmas card with an apparent call for help from a prisoner in China inside, which happens every year, often allegedly done by workers rights advocates, although they rarely prove it. One article starts with a note written in "Mandarin Chinese" that was translated by the person who found it, which raises the possibility that either it's authentic, or if not, then this person who bought might have been involved in faking it, otherwise most people would have tossed it assuming that it's trivial and it would have been an obvious waste. After a long article about their investigation it lists several examples that were probably authentic, although one of them was done at the urging of workers rights groups, but people who only read the beginning would never get this far.
Even if some of these notes are proven to be fake there are plenty of legitimate stories about oppression of workers rights & there's little doubt that they ship manufacturing jobs to the other side of the world so they can do just that and suppress local wages at the same time. We don't need gimmicks to know that we should demand full disclosure and stop requiring local workers to compete with virtual slaves. Consumers don't benefit from this since the money they pay is often used for massive shipping and distribution costs, including union busting leading to lower quality merchandise.
Walmart is also using an "8-Year-Old YouTube Influencer" to create advertising targeting children. the research done to expose how this is a form of indoctrination is never mentioned by mainstream media but has been exposed by good researchers like Susan Linn, author of "Consuming Kids" and Juliet Schor author of "Born to Buy." marketing to children impairs development of critical thinking skills and is a form of legalized fraud!
This marketing isn't limited to kids Al Norman points out that the mainstream media routinely presents obvious advertisements as news stories which is a service that no small business can take advantage of this has become routine, and demonstrates that we have an oligarchy system not a free market. There are only six media companies covering over ninety percent of national news and they play enormous favoritism for a small number of other oligarchs that often have interlocking boards of directors or stockholders.
Walmart had another recall for boiled-eggs after a listeria outbreak that killed at least one person and caused more hospitalization; and another one for infant ibuprofen; Water Gremlin items are no longer available at Walmart but they didn't recall existing ones and "up to 24 children may have been poisoned by take-home lead dust"
Walmart is involved in lawsuits all over the country to lower their property tax assessments, including several where the courts have ruled against them, but also some ruling in their favor, one which is being appealed. They had a history of negotiating lower tax deals across the country which is part of the pay they put other small businesses out of business, and these companies had far less crime problems; so this is part of their ongoing effort to rig the economy in their favor, while also leading to higher crime and depriving local governments of the funds they need to function, since they can no longer collect taxes from companies that were driven out of business by Walmart!
Walmart has reluctantly supported 'Reasonable Controls' over collection and use of personal data, but has kept this use secret along with almost everything else they do. They've been exposed again for not matching employee donations to charity while trying to take credit for the program, as some other companies do match them.
They continue with their revolving door for executives moving from their management to management of other oligarchs, and are routinely being exposed at various petty scams or incompetent bureaucratic blunders like canceling orders for iPhones, giving shoppers empty gift cards, denying a sheriff that wants to buy thousands of dollars of gift cards for charity, even a woman who's daughter allegedly choked on a zipper in a pie bought at Walmart, yet media gives them enormous amount of positive coverage including at least one award for retailer of the year without mentioning the fact that this was a result of preferential treatment by government and the media not high customer satisfaction!
One Walmart is investigating whether local workers misused funds donated for a layaway from a NFL Player who gave them a check worth more than their total layaways, allegedly they distributed the money among top workers at the store but left at least one person out and he blew the whistle on them. They also paid out at least $3.2 million to settle Lehigh Valley shooting case, which may indicate that many other gun dealers might be held liable for mass shootings if they sell to at risk buyers.
In Kansas City they told and African American councilwoman to wait after she rung something up at the self-checkout lane, and she claims that it was racial profiling. If they did a better job coming up with excuses there might be less doubt; but the changing claims indicates that at a minimum they were being deceptive about their denials in this case.
I don't know about you but I', not convinced that the best place to drive a stolen Walmart motorized cart is to the courthouse with a weak explanation that he built it himself; this was easily exposed.
Setting Bibles on fire to create a distraction isn't a very effective way to get away with shoplifting any more than it's an effective way to teach higher morality; however this tactic is still repeated over and over again anyway.
They also had a visit from a local coyote in Michigan; I don't see why they don't let them do their shopping at Walmart although coyotes might be smart enough to go elsewhere.
Walmart may also being sued by Columbia after they were shamed into withdrawing half a dozen or so sweaters on their web page including one saying "let it snow" with Santa sitting behind a table with lines of cocaine, and a reference to it being from Columbia. This is part of an annual ritual that often happens during the holidays, including Christmas and Halloween. They almost always have to apologize for Halloween costumes, and a few months ago they also had to take a shirt off their web site that said "gun control is being able to hit your target."
This year in addition to apologizing for the sweater with Santa doing cocaine they also had to retract several other Santa's that were sexually provocative with cartoon characters that were partially nude. If they only did this once or twice then you might think it's a mistake; however when they keep doing it over and over again it's clear they're not trying to stop it, perhaps are even happy with the publicity.
But at least they're happy to search for missing people including "Mr. Clinton Killdepstein."
Many conspiracy theorists doubt that Epstein killed himself; however that's not a guarantee that he was killed by any of the Clinton's nor does it guarantee that well intended Walmart workers that fall for pranks are the most reliable source for conspiracy theories.
Psst Walmart lawyers, from the corporate office, I notice you haven't sent a cease and desist notification yet; I assume you realize that even though you can afford many more lawyers than me, that the truth is still a defense against libel, in a free country, and that you've learned from past efforts to threaten people that they backfire when attention is drawn to it. That might draw attention to past similar incidents. 😉
Strange things happen at Walmart!
In 2006 Wake Up Walmart did a study, "Is Walmart Safe?" based on incidents in 2004, (PDF) about crime at Walmart which showed that it increased when Walmarts opened up and that crime was higher at Walmart than at other retailers. Since then Walmart Shootings began compiling a list of gun related incidents at Walmart and demonstrated that they have a large number of them, including on average more than one shooting per week somewhere in the country; now after counting them for several years that average is over two per week. In January of 2014 another study, "Rolling Back Prices and Raising Crime Rates?" provided additional statistical research indicating that Walmart 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 Walmart’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 Walmart policies have been contributing to higher crime in a previous blog, Walmart 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 Walmart and how they impact society, Key Studies on Big-Box Retail & Independent Business. To the best of my knowledge Walmart 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. One of the responses they’ve come up with is what they call "Restorative Justice" which gives first time shoplifters a chance to avoid being arrested or any criminal record if they take an on line course which costs $400 up front or $500 in payments, plus perhaps, reparations. This has been part of the privatization process and often denies suspects of the due process or access to a lawyer, perhaps even intimidating and extorting from some people that might not even be guilty. Walmart seems to be trying to find a way to turn crime into a profit making situation instead of looking for the most effective ways to reduce it. Making Change at Walmart is asking If you or someone you know has gone through @Walmart's "Restorative Justice" program for first-time suspected shoplifters, send us a DM. 03/30/2017 to ensure that it isn’t doing more harm than good. I did my own review of this program as well at Walmart’s “Restorative Justice” Endangers Public Without Reducing Crime. The following are a list of incidents that occurred in December 2019. According to the "Is Walmart Safe?" the average store in their sampling had 250 incidents per year, indicating that these are only a fraction of the crime reports at Walmart, 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 Walmart.
PD: Man exposes himself to girls in Christmas aisle at Ariz. Walmart 12/02/2019
VIDEO: Shoplifter almost ditches young boy at Winter Haven Fla. Walmart 12/03/2019
Rostraver Pa. Walmart sells lottery ticket worth more than $1 million 12/0/2019
JCPD: Man arrested after fraudulently buying items at Tenn. Walmart, bringing meth into jail 12/03/2019
Family of S.C. man shot and killed by police at Walmart looking for answers 12/02/2019
Dumfries men charged with shoplifting from Sterling Walmart 12/02/2019
Police: Registered sex offender accused of molesting boy in Pa. Walmart bathroom 12/03/2019
Trio accused of stealing thousands of dollars' worth of Apple products from Illinois Walmart 12/03/2019 The officer allegedly found more than $15,000 of unopened Apple products inside the vehicle. Police said their investigation revealed the trio went to several Walmart stores the previous day, including ones in Litchfield and Highland. According to police, additional work by Det. Steve Deist showed the unopened products found in the car were from a Walmart in Taylorville.
$2,000 in Apple products stolen from Galesburg Ill. Walmart 12/04/2019
First on CNN Business: Gun safety advocates grade stores. Walmart got an A; Home Depot got an F 12/04/2019 Have they considered how many guns have been stolen from Walmart and how bad they are at securing them, or their inconsistent policies and lack of enforcement? Or is another award that can be negotiated and bought behind closed doors?
Serial public masturbator caught again while eyeing women in Walmart, Missouri cops say 12/03/2019
Harrisonville man sentenced in Missouri Walmart theft case 12/04/2019 A Harrisonville man charged with stealing from multiple Walmart stores in Missouri, including the Jefferson City store on West Stadium Boulevard, has been sentenced to prison for charges he was facing in the Jefferson City case.
Police Search For Suspects Accused Of Stealing Nearly $5,000 Worth Of Printer Ink From Indiana Co. Pa. Walmart 12/04/2019
Walmart in Fayetteville NC evacuated because of natural gas smell 12/05/2019
Hillary Clinton: Trump Incited Violent Mass Shootings at Synagogues, Churches and Walmart 12/05/2019
Walmart donates $5K to South Charleston WV Police Department 12/05/2019
Slap On Wrist For Drunken Woman, 20, Who Urinated On Pa. Walmart Potato Stack 12/05/2019
No bomb found at Monument Colorado Walmart after reported threat, evacuation 12/04/2019 Wilson also tweeted that he talked with a customer who claimed to have spoken with the woman who first alerted police about the threat, around 2:15 p.m. Wednesday, after a man "leaned over to an elderly couple couple and told them he had a bomb."
Suspect at large after bomb threat made over employee radios at Monument Walmart 12/0/2019 (inconsistencies in this story not recognized by reporter.)
Arrested Walmart thief found with gun: South Euclid Ohio Police Blotter 12/05/2019
No, Walmart Is Not Offering Free $75 ‘Anniversary’ Coupon on Facebook 12/03/2019
A family is putting up 22 angels on a Christmas display for the El Paso Tx. Walmart shooting victims 12/06/2019
Man accused of recording upskirt video of woman in Tallahassee Fla. Walmart 12/06/2019 He then uploaded them onto adult websites
Springville Man Arrested After Stealing from Ind. WalMart 12/06/2019
Philadelphia man accused of staging fight, starting panic in Commack NY Walmart 12/06/2019 A Philadelphia man has been charged with staging a preholiday altercation at a Commack Walmart store last year that caused a massive panic, separating parents from children and creating concerns about a possible active shooter, Suffolk County police said. Marcquis Graham, 24, was arrested Thursday, more than a year after his orchestrated fight with another individual unnerved shoppers and setoff a massive law enforcement response, according to Chief of Department Stuart Cameron.
‘They are sweet guys’: Owner of dogs found malnourished in Wisc. Walmart parking lot cited, may face charges 12/07/2019
VERIFY: This third-party Walmart 'coupon' is not legit 12/09/2019
Washington teacher suspected of trying to meet boy for sex at Wash. Walmart placed on paid leave 12/09/2019
Route 59 Walmart Nintendo Thieves Charged: Joliet Ill. PD 12/08/2019
Police: Pa. Walmart employee pocketed cash 12/09/2019
Kidnapping involved a doctor, blowtorch, Fla. Walmart and strip club. Now it involves prison 12/08/2019 First reported in June Walmart Crime report, five months after it happened in January.
Austin man accused of credit card fraud at Tx. Walmart 12/06/2019
El Paso Tx. man accused of threatening District Judge in Walmart shooting case 12/08/2019 Martinez allegedly threatened to kill Medrano if Crusis did not receive the death penalty. Authorities also say he also threatened to kill Crusius in the phone call.
Bike Peddling Purse Snatcher Nabbed In Ill. Walmart Parking Lot: Cops 12/09/2019
Knoxville woman accused of stealing $1,300 from Walmart till drawer 12/09/2019
Humboldt police investigate man accused of following young girl at Tenn. Walmart, making 'inappropriate' comments 12/09/2019
Ohio Walmart employee who uses wheelchair offered new position after claim of discrimination 12/09/2019
Two people wanted for theft at Beckley WV Walmart 12/09/2019
Winona Minn. police calls for Monday, Dec. 9: Wisconsin man steals from Walmart and returns later the same day 12/09/2019
Florida police department pays off 26 layaway accounts at Walmart 12/10/2019
Credit card thieves spotted in Atlanta Ga. Walmart 12/10/2019
Couple arrested with stolen merchandise at Wal-Mart at Buffalo Ridge Plaza Fla. 12/10/2019
Nebraska Walmart carts causing clutter at bus stops 12/10/2019
Free hepatitis C screenings at 10 Louisiana Walmart stores 12/11/2019
Holiday spirit: Fla. Deputies, Walmart replace woman's stolen bike 12/11/2019
Man arrested, accused of burglarizing cars in Tx. Walmart parking lot 12/10/2019
Pocatello woman faces multiple burglary charges after spate of alleged Idaho Walmart thefts 12/10/2019
Two arrested on heroin trafficking charges in NC Walmart parking lot 12/10/2019
Kalispell Montana Walmart reopened after bomb scare 12/11/2019
Walmart theft suspect wanted for questioning in Richmond County Ga. 12/11/2019
Parma Heights man attempts to steal TV from Walmart: Brooklyn Ohio Police Blotter 12/11/2019
Mom left kids unattended in car outside Levittown Pa. Walmart, police say 12/11/2019
Fraud suspect arrested at Ariz. Walmart 12/11/2019
Police: Woman switched barcodes at Butler County Ohio Walmart to pay less 12/12/2019
UPDATE: Suspicious package cleared at East York Pa. Walmart 12/12/2019
Man charged with masturbating in Schererville Ind. Walmart parking lot, police say 12/12/2019
Teen arrested after Tx. Walmart purse snatching 12/12/2019
Man accused of making 'hoax bomb' at North Austin Tx. Walmart charged by U.S. Attorney's Office 12/12/2019
Menomonee Falls Wisc. police seek 2 women accused of stealing wallet, using credit cards at Walmart 12/13/2019
Jackson Tenn. police seek assistance in Walmart theft 12/12/2019
Public Safety: Woman steals from Wisc. Walmart; red tricycle with American flags missing 12/13/2019
Man with booze in Polar Pop cup nabbed on DUI charge at Fla. Wal-Mart in The Villages 12/13/2019
Natural gas leak clears Hagerstown Md. Walmart 12/13/2019
Nampa Idaho woman sings and dances outside Walmart to raise funds for the Salvation Army 12/13/2019
Thief Stole Drills From Joliet Ill. Walmart: Complaint 12/13/2019
Police identify man accused of masturbating on a woman at Fla. Walmart 12/14/2019 WINTER HAVEN, Fla. — The man accused of masturbating onto the back of a woman while she was shopping with her child in the Walmart toy section turned himself in to police.
Sumter sheriff’s detectives seek help in nabbing Villages Wal-Mart bandit 12/14/2019
Woman with heroin arrested at Fla. Wal-Mart at Buffalo Ridge Plaza in The Villages 12/15/2019
Porch pirate suspect arrested for shoplifting at Walmart in Greer SC 12/16/2019
Bomb Threat Placed At Lacey NJ Walmart: Police 12/17/2019
Fake bomb threat called in at Portage County Ohio Walmart 12/16/2019
Austintown Ohio police need help identifying Walmart theft suspect 12/17/2019 The man walked out with a 60-inch TV and left through the fire escape.
Drugs sold outside Cobb Ga. Walmart, police say 12/16/2019
Woman jailed for theft, fraud at Iowa Walmart 12/17/2019
ALL CLEAR GIVEN: Tx. Walmart Determined to be Safe to Enter After Possible Bomb Threat 12/17/2019
Ind. Judge rejects probation request for man who shot into busy Walmart, on Sept. 30, 2018, gives him 3 years in prison 12/18/2019
Suspect in Anchorage Alaska credit union robbery went shopping at Walmart, put change in donation bucket, charges say 12/17/2019
Alaska Man Robs Credit Union, Buys Disguise At Walmart Afterward 12/19/2019
Woman nabbed with stolen merchandise at Fla. Wal-Mart at Buffalo Ridge Plaza 12/17/2019
Woman accused of grabbing cash from Chesterfield Missouri Walmart self-checkout 12/17/2019
Deputies: Suspect wanted for stealing, using credit cards at Perry Ga. Walmart 12/17/2019
Notorious quick-change scammer accused of hitting New Berlin Wisc. Walmart 12/17/2019
Tucson Ariz. Police identify, arrest suspect allegedly involved in Oct. Walmart armed robbery 12/18/2019
Police: Shoplifters steal $5,000+ worth of items from Williamsburg Ky. Walmart 12/18/2019
Police asking for help identifying woman in Danville Ind. Walmart theft 12/18/2019
Man gets 3 years for firing shots into busy Indiana Walmart in September 2018 12/19/2019
Walmart in Franklin Wisc. evacuated after bomb threat found 12/19/2019
Bomb threat forces evacuation at Walmart, surrounding stores in Mooresville NC 12/19/2019
Dartmouth Mass. Walmart closed due to ‘maintenance issue’ 12/19/2019 A woman who identified herself as assistant manager at the Dartmouth store said she “was not allowed to comment at this time” and referred inquiries about the situation to corporate.
Two arrested after Ky. Walmart shoplifting incident 12/19/2019
SAPD Searching for These Tx. Walmart Shoppers 12/19/2019 According to SAPD, on December 19, the two men above are suspects in a criminal mischief case that occurred at the Walmart on Sherwood Way around 3:20 a.m. this morning.
Oxford woman charged after returning old computer to Mississippi Walmart 12/19/2019
Woman wanted after money is stolen from self check out at Moline Iowa Walmart 12/19/2019
Suspect in stabbing at bus shelter outside Montana Walmart pleads not guilty 12/19/2019
Felony charges filed in case of malnourished Wisc. Walmart dogs 12/1/2019
Woman chooses absolute worst time to steal from Oxford, Ohio, Walmart 12/20/2019
Salvation Army matching donations at any Genesee Co. Walmart or Kroger this weekend 12/20/2019
Freeport man arrested for stealing TV from Ill. Walmart 12/20/2019
Found safe: Deputies say 2 teens reported missing from Crosby Tx. Walmart have been found. 12/22/2019
Walmart in Taylor Pa. Evacuated Due to Water Main Break 12/21/2019
Walmart in Cranberry Township Pa. reopens after 'safety situation' 12/22/2019
Nothing found after caller reports bomb at Miami Twp. Ohio Walmart 12/23/2019
Southport NC police looking for ‘person of interest’ in Walmart larceny 12/23/2019
Woman wanted for robbery at Ga. Walmart 12/21/2019
Charlevoix man charged for allegedly taking photo up woman's skirt at Walmart in Gaylord Mich. 12/23/2019
TRAFFIC ALERT: Wreck by Walmart in east Macon Ga. slows Monday commute 12/23/2019
Grinches ride out of Nebraska Walmart on kids' Christmas presents 12/24/2019
System error delays paychecks for some Walmart employees in West Virginia 12/24/2019
Austin man accused of trying to steal more than $1200 in Tx. Walmart merchandise 12/25/2019
Man accused of meeting teenage girl for sex at Porters Neck NC Walmart 12/24/2019
Bomb threat targets NC Walmart 12/24/2019
Anonymous donor replaces red kettle donations stolen outside Tyler Tx. Walmart 12/24/2019
Kansas authorities, kids arrest the Grinch at Walmart 12/24/2019
Villager’s daughter arrested in theft of toys from Wal-Mart at Buffalo Ridge Fla. 12/26/2019
North Las Vegas Walmart reopens after police investigate suspicious package 12/26/2019 The Walmart at Rancho and Lake Mead has reopened after North Las Vegas Nevada Police determined a suspicious package was an empty bag, not as bomb. The store was evacuated earlier.
Bomb threat temporarily evacuates Saratoga Springs Utah Walmart, police find nothing 12/26/2019
No. 6 story of 2019: We all scream: Viral video shows woman licking Blue Bell in Lufkin Tx. Walmart 12/26/2019
Marble Falls Tx. Walmart evacuated after bomb threat 12/27/2019
Three arrested at Minn. Walmart on multiple charges 12/26/2019
Woodbury Minn. Officer Shows Compassion After Citing Woman for Taking Food from Walmart 12/26/2019
Police need help to identify woman in theft at Walmart in York Pa. 12/26/2019
Top 2019 stories: Plano high grad accused in mass killing at El Paso Tx. Walmart 12/24/2019
This woman’s Guardian Angel works at Va. Walmart 12/27/2019
Kitten rescued from tree in Fla. Walmart parking lot 12/28/2019
Gas leak prompts evacuation at Ramsey NC Walmart 12/27/2019
Two suspects arrested after theft at Storm Lake Walmart 12/27/2019
The sinkhole near Kansas Walmart parking lot is seen under construction on Friday, December 27. 12/27/2019
Man sought for stealing cash from Pa. Walmart self-checkout 12/27/2019
Teen stole 65 items worth $1,300 from Wisc. Walmart, hid marijuana in underwear, police say 12/27/2019
Police search for woman who allegedly stole money out of a purse at Baraboo Wisc. Walmart 12/27/2019
Puppy found in trash can held shut with bungee cords behind Wood River Ill. Walmart 12/27/2019
’There’s still good people out here:’ man’s wallet returned with $2,500 after he loses it in La. Walmart lot 12/27/2019
Police in Glasgow Ky. looking for suspects in Walmart shoplifting case 12/29/2019
Hermitage Ohio Walmart evacuated twice in less than 24 hours 12/30/2019
Police: Woman arrested for multiple shoplifting attempts at La. Walmart 12/30/2019
Bedford Ind. Police Looking for Couple Who Used Counterfeit Money at Walmart 12/30/2019
Star Wars Fan Points Out Walmart Might be the Empire After All 12/28/2019
Lebanon NH Police seek identity of Walmart shoplifter 12/30/2019
Jamestown man accused of drinking milk at NY Walmart, then putting it back 12/30/2019 LAKEWOOD, N.Y. — A Jamestown man is accused of taking two bottles of milk from Walmart, and drinking from them without paying.
Video shows fast-flickering lights in Ohio Walmart during power outage 12/30/2019
Jacksonville Police arrest juvenile in connection to bomb incident at Ill. Walmart 12/30/2019
Police need help finding person of interest in Vermont Walmart robbery 12/31/2019
Nitro WV police looking for two women accused of stealing items from Walmart 12/31/2019
Shoplifters flee La. Walmart with carts full of hover boards 12/30/2019
Woman arrested for stealing cartloads from Waterloo Iowa Walmart 12/31/2019
Police: Freeport Ill. man caught trying to steal from Walmart on separate occasions 12/31/2019
Woman Arrested After Stealing from Ind. Walmart 12/31/2019
Girl’s plea leads to NM Walmart gifts for homeless vets 12/30/2019
3 shot near Walmart in Tysons Corner Va. 01/01/2020