Walmart had at least fifteen to seventeen shootings related to activity at their store this month; at least fifteen of these incidents involved shots fired on the premises; and at least six of those shootings resulted in deaths. This is the second highest number of shootings in a single month, and most of the remaining incidents caused additional injuries. In addition to the fifteen incidents where shots were fired on the premises there was another incident where an argument led to a chase and another shooting in a nearby town, and a fifteenth incident what a suspect surrendered to police at Walmart and was charged with "aggravated discharge of a firearm," but articles didn't specify the location of the shooting, although it was probably at or near a house near Walmart where there was a confrontation before he went to Walmart, presumably still armed.
One of the fatal shootings was a murder of a woman's husband during a custody dispute; and three of the other ones were officer involved shootings where suspect was reportedly killed by police, however, on one of those later reports indicated he actually committed suicide after being fired at by the police and running into the woods. At least three of these incidents involved suicidal men, including the one who did commit suicide after the police fired at him and missed, and another one where the suspect was only being charged with stealing a bottle or milk and fired at police that were there to investigate. Whether at Walmart or anyplace else the standard response to suicidal people often seems to be to charge them with a crime, as a deterrent, which is obviously ineffective if he really is suicidal. Other countries try to find ways of dressing social problems before people are likely to become suicidal. There was also a shooting on the premises of an air-gun, in addition to firearms shootings.
In addition to the six people killed in shootings there were two more bodies found in parking lots and a ninth death by someone run over in a getaway hit and run, for a total of nine deaths on the premises, and two more accidents nearby, including one Walmart worker killed on a skateboard, in another hit and run. There were at least ten to twelve more gun related crimes, including one where the victim disarmed his attacker and beat him with his own gun and several other arguments or robberies that involved drawn guns without firing shots.
Walmart has been sued for a wrongful death as a result of a previous shooting, claiming that they knew about the large crime problems they have, citing a Bloomberg reports from 2016 saying that there were hundreds of injuries in that year, however that report came out in August, and it didn't cover all the violence incidents, for the first eight months and couldn't possibly have known about the additional violence that happened in the last four months, which included the holiday season, when they broke two consecutive records for fifteen shootings in November of 2016, and eighteen for December of 2016. So it's actually worse that even their lawyers seem to be arguing, and if Walmart wants to know about the full extent of their crime problems they could and should, however there appears to be some evidence that they routinely try to minimize reporting of these incidents.
One example of how they minimize this, or refuse to cooperate with the police happened this month, when police in Paso Tx. were investigating a stolen wallet where credit cards were used at Walmart and they refused to cooperate, according to the police because the decisions are often made at the corporate office and they may not know what's happening in the stores. Many police departments claim this is a serious problem with all large corporations, however Walmart is almost certainly the worst. Springfield Missouri is continuing a growing practice of increasing their surveillance capabilities so they can watch, everyone instead of recognizing the causes of increased violence on their stores, which often include store design, self-check out lanes, corner cutting so their are fewer workers to help people or prevent problems from escalating, union busting, and other issues that often might impact profits.
Our society didn't always rely on these Big-Box stores for our economy, and some types of crime have been getting worse at these stores while it's going down elsewhere; however, the government and corporations are controlled by those more concerned with profits than social concerns and the best researchers are routinely marginalized so they have little or no impact on decisions. If people in power wanted to know what's causing this high crime problem they could and it could be reduced dramatically, and in areas where the local people are better informed it often is.
However it continues to get worse with this month almost breaking the records made in November and December 2016 and there were also couple police officers, arrested for theft, as well; they rarely get charged for shooting or killing people but are often charged for stealing from Walmart, although they aren't treated as bad as the rest of the public for shoplifting, which is often treated lighter for police.
There was also an attempted kidnapping, and at least six knife attacks, including four that stabbed people causing injury and a fifth one were the perpetrators stabbed herself, a couple causing evacuations or panics.
In addition to the three people killed in accidents, one in the parking lot, two nearby, there were more than half a dozen or so chases, crashes, and a couple carjackings. One of these incidents involved a teen that was riding on the hood of a car when she fell off and the car stopped with the wheel driving over her head, and she was in critical condition at the time of the report. Another involved a thief that had to jump start his car while he was trying to get away quickly after stealing things, ending with another chase; and one more involved police chasing a suspect into the parking lot where he smashed into several parked cars before they were able to stop him.
They had at least five fires, including at least two arson, and the cause of the other three wasn't reported. There were various other crimes as well, including, a mace attack, someone who caused a panic by jokingly saying he could kill three people with a grenade all at once, another that claimed to have a suicide vest, but after a panic and evacuation they found out it was a bluff. Almost all bomb threats are bluffs, and the few that have actual devices are usually incompetent and pose no threats; No one has been killed by these threats in years, while dozens have been killed in shootings or crashes, however, if they have one that is real that it change that statistic significantly.
There was also another brawl, and several incidents where massive amounts of money have been stolen; by cutting so many corners in their hiring practices, they've made incidents like this routine, and a large portion of the expenses for policing the increase in crime is paid by tax payers, so it's what they call a negative externality, which means that as long as they can count on the government to cover the costs it doesn't impact profits and they have an incentive to ignore solutions.
Walmart is trying to increase their share of the toy market, now that Toys are Us is out of business, by using "Kidfluencers," which as Susan Linn author of "Consuming Kids" and Juliet Schor author of "Born to Buy" explained involves psychological manipulation of children from an early age to turn them into compulsive shoppers, to increase profits regardless of how it impacts their social development, education, or even their capacity to develop critical thinking skills and see through scams either in commercial or political advertising. They even go so far as to explain how this type of indoctrination could impact our democratic process, since it restricts critical thinking skills needed to hold political leaders accountable, and recognize when corporations are impacting education.
The psychological research that they do to manipulate children is often considered "proprietary," which means that they can require employees involved in it to sign non-disclosure agreements so the public doesn't know how they're being manipulated. Fortunately, some good researchers, like Schor, Linn, and Professor Roy Fox, have exposed some of this, and expressed outrage that instead of providing disclosure laws to expose psychological manipulation of children the politicians who accept enormous amounts of campaign donations from corporations pass laws helping them keep it secrets. Some of it may even lead to increased arguments with parents or friends, like the "Nag Factor" study which tries to encourage little children to nag their parents to buy stuff, or the "Girl's Intelligence Agency" which recruits cool girls to try to influence their friends to buy certain types of stuff, although it could lead to arguments or resentments, putting corporate profits ahead of the social development of children.
Now in addition to manipulating people through marketing, they're also applying for a patent to see if people are "stressed" with sensors attached to the shopping carts. They say it's so they can recognize when customers need help; however, there's a good chance they might use this as a surveillance practice or more marketing purposes. They're also trying to use virtual reality as part of their employee training but there's little or no review of this to see if it could also be part of their indoctrination practices, which are increasingly common with large corporations that rely on high tech and psychological manipulation research to increase profits. additional research is encouraging more market share by Walmart thanks to professors that are offering $50 Walmart Gift Cards to Expectant Mothers and Fathers as part of a research into their job options and if they face discrimination; however Walmart has repeatedly been charged with violating discrimination laws, so there should be major doubts about conflicts of interests for this research. Professors and psychologists that expose their problems are often marginalized by the media political establishment, and sometimes even universities, although there are times where some of those do help with the research.
Walmart had one evacuation of it's stores because it's employees were sickened for an unknown reason, they checked for gasses, but didn't report full details; another store was closed after a Legionnaires' disease scare; and they requiring suppliers of lettuce or other leafy vegetables to use Blockchain as part of an attempt to reduce cases of E. Coli. What the media isn't reporting is that this problem with food contamination, along with other like Salmonella, has increased with the centralized mass production of food where small problems can spread through a much larger area in a way that wasn't possible when we relied much more on small farmers and a diverse distribution process. Woden Clark and Susan Teachout authors of "Slow Democracy" reported about one example of this where they had increased problems with mass production of food, and came up with safety precautions for mass production facilities, where the problem actually existed; however, large corporations lobbied the government to require small producers, where the problem didn't exist, to to adopt those safety features as well. This may seem to make sense to some but the inspection process was very expensive for small producers, to fix a problem that didn't exist, giving large producers a competitive advantage even though they have a greater threat of contamination.
Increased concentration of corporate power also continues to combine mass production with health care as more steps to increase Walmart's influence on health care happen every month. Fortunately Bernie Sanders is introducing a bill to force oligarchs to pay for welfare benefits when they use their union busting powers to force the government to subsidize their workforce by not paying a living wage, but that's only addressing a minuscule fraction of the fraud committed by corporations.
Walmart insanity seems to be growing even before the holiday shopping has begun. It's always a good idea to dress well for court; however it also helps if you don't get caught shoplifting the clothes to do that. I don't know if any of you ever assumed that the police left cars in parking lots, so that you could test drive them, but when a woman used that excuse for stealing a car, the police were't willing to accept it. Tossing milk in the air as part of a prank, isn't considered fun and games, even if it costs tax payers hundreds if not thousands of dollars to clean up after spilled milk at Walmart.
Florida police often even chase people down for drinking a bottle of Coca-Cola, although after finding one man the Walmart told them he may have also stolen a bicycle, which he claims he gave to homeless people, like a modern day Robin Hood. However spending hundreds if not thousands of dollars on petty theft from corporations is routine; but protecting consumers from corporate fraud is practically never done even when it's happening on a much larger scale and it contributes to their crime problems.
Walmart also had a suspect who "fled on foot," although I can't imagine what they thought the crime that this "suspect," who happened to be a deer, that might simply have wanted to go shopping for all I know.
Another "suspect" that may not have committed any obvious crime happened to be wearing mask, a bullet proof vest and swung a baton, while looking at ammunition, before leaving the store.
I suppose that might have panicked some people, since it does look unusual.
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 Wal-Mart 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 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 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 September 2018. 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.
Police: Suspect distracted Va. Walmart worker while other man grabbed cash 09/01/2018
Dead bodies found at Walmart stores in Brevard is phenomenon 09/03/2018
Deputies: Man arrested after causing disturbance at Ky. Walmart 09/03/2018
Walmart Employee Steals Merchandise On Last Day of Work: Warrant 09/04/2018 According to the allegations, Kendall Jennings was captured on store surveillance video Jan. 5 stuffing a duffle bag with merchandise on his last day of employment at Walmart. Store management did not notice the theft until Jan. 8, when they reviewed the video.
SUV, motorcycle crash near Walmart in Boardman Ohio 09/03/2018
Walmart Expands In-Home Services Program Nationwide 09/04/2018
Cowboy wrangles TVs, grill from Cape Coral Fla. Walmart, police say 09/04/2018
Smell from malfunctioning motorized shopping cart caused evacuation at Pa. Walmart 09/04/2018
KY. WALMART SHOPLIFTING CHARGES LEAD TO DRUG ARREST 09/05/2018
Police seek suspects who allegedly stole five computers from Manheim Twp. Pa. Walmart 09/04/2018
Police search for suspect who attacked senior citizen at Walmart in Milford Delaware 09/05/2018
Utica NY Police And Walmart Team Up For Backpack Giveaway 09/05/2018
Thefts at Walmart over Labor Day weekend lead to arrests, citations 09/04/2018
2 People Shoplifted At Walmart In Milford Conn.: Police 09/04/2018
Police seek help in identifying man who suffered medical emergency in Mass. Walmart parking lot 09/05/2018
Suspect in Little Rock Arkansas Bank OZK robbery wearing Walmart greeter vest 09/05/2018
Report of woman trying to abduct child at Wood River Ill. Walmart is unfounded, police say 09/05/2018
Police Log: Page sex offender located near Ariz. Walmart 09/06/2018
Argentina Walmart stores close overnight amid financial fall 09/05/2018
Former Walmart employee in Port Arthur Tx. admits to stealing more than $11,000 from the store 09/0/2018
Crime Stoppers: Man allegedly groped shopper at Alabama Walmart 09/05/2018
Police ID body found in NY Walmart parking lot last month 09/05/2018 The man found in his car in the Greenport Walmart parking lot was dead for nine days before he was discovered, police said Wednesday. Thomas W. MacGregor, 59, of Athens, died from a heroin overdose Aug. 20, according to a statement from the Columbia County Sheriff’s Office.
1 suspect, 2 Walmart stores: State College Pa. police investigate computer theft 09/05/2018
Goldthwaite woman arrested at Brownwood Tx.'s Walmart on theft and drug charges 09/05/2018
Father demands answers after NC Walmart loses video of late son 09/06/2018
Woman's Wallet Grabbed at Benton Arkansas Walmart, Suspect Caught 09/06/2018
Can you ID person of interest in Piqua Ohio Walmart ‘organized theft?’ 09/06/2018
Brown Deer woman arrested for child neglect after two children left in car at Wisc. Walmart 09/06/2018
Walmart employees in Alabama share $5.4 million in bonuses 09/06/2018 .... Earlier this year, Walmart announced plans to increase the starting wage for all hourly associates in the U.S. to at least $11, expand maternity and parental leave benefits, and provide a one-time cash bonus for eligible associates of up to $1,000.
Walmart Just Wanted to Sell Pricey Outdoor Gear. Then ‘All Hell Broke Loose.’ 09/06/2018 Several outdoor-product brands have asked Walmart to remove items from its website after outcry from retail rivals Walmart Inc.’s plan to sell high-end hiking, camping and other outdoor gear on its website hasn’t started well, a sign of the challenges the discount chain faces as it tries to stretch further into Amazon.com Inc.’s territory. Last week Walmart said it would start selling items including $250 Deuter hiking backpacks and $100 Leki hiking poles, adding to its website brands already sold through Moosejaw, the small outdoor retailer Walmart bought last year. The brands were clustered in a “premium outdoor store” within Walmart.com...
Police charge Rockland Me. woman with taking $1,000 in goods from Walmart 09/06/2018
Cash Drawer Stolen From Lexington Walmart, Two Suspects Sought 09/07/2018
Jacksonville NC police trying to ID Walmart theft suspect 09/07/2018
VIDEO: Fish come out of Ohio Walmart water system 09/09/2018
2 women steal $3,000 TV from northwest Columbus Ohio Walmart, police say 09/09/2018
Officials need help identifying individual regarding incident at Rome NY Wal-Mart 09/10/2018
Deputies looking for man who exposed himself at Va. Walmart 09/10/2018
Sahuarita Ariz. Police: Man wanted in connection to Walmart theft 09/10/2018
Moraine Tenn. PD: Two in custody after shots fired at witness, officer after theft from Walmart 09/0/2018
LMPD: Woman who claimed attempted abduction at Ky. Walmart charged with 'filing false report' 09/10/2018
Shaquille O'Neal once put $70,000 on a credit card at Walmart 09/11/2018
Caution taken during welfare call at Longmont Colorado Walmart, but no arrests necessary 09/10/2018
Amid trucking shortage, Walmart doubles spending on drivers 09/11/2018
Pa. Walmart pharmacist accused of stealing hundreds of pills 09/1/2018
Man tried to take ‘upskirt’ photo of 7-year-old at Leavenworth Kansas Walmart, jury says 09/11/2018
Man steals cart full of printers and threatens to kill Walmart worker at Meyerland Tx. store 09/11/2018
3 carts of items stolen from Athens Ga. Walmart 09/11/2018
Suspects accused of using counterfeit cash at Live Oak Fla. Walmart 09/11/2018
Attention Walmart shoppers: The secrets of selling electricity in Texas 09/10/2018
Federal records: Suspected repeat Walmart robber jailed in New Orleans La. 09/11/2018
85 people lose jobs when Ill. Walmart closes 09/12/2018
Woman Allegedly Uses Check Stolen From Colfax Home At Rocklin Ca. Walmart 09/12/2018
Violent attack and fatal shooting outside Shawnee Kansas Walmart in 2016 leads to lawsuit 09/12/2018
Walmart to close three Neighborhood Market stores in San Antonio Tx. 09/12/2018
Man jailed following West Bank robbery spree that targeted La. Walmart, Winn-Dixie 09/12/2018
Woman posing as La. Walmart manager swindles cashier, walks out with cash 09/12/2018
KPD: 5 arrested in shoplifting scheme at Tenn. Walmart 09/12/2018
Ex-Mich. Walmart clerk accused of selling stolen merchandise online 09/11/2018
Repeat NY Walmart shoplifter headed to prison 09/13/2018
Bogus $20 bills passed at Eddystone Pa. Walmart, cops say 09/12/2018
Those $1 Bitcoins at Walmart have one big catch — they’re made of chocolate 09/12/2018
Police: Man forcibly touched man at NY Walmart 09/14/2018
Theft and indecency alleged in Boardman Ohio Walmart episode 09/13/2018
Man accused of attacking woman in July at Wisc. Walmart parking lot pleads not guilty 09/13/2018
Woman's May Walmart crash case bound over 09/13/2018
Video Shows Chaos in North Carolina Walmart Ahead of Hurricane Florence 09/12/2018
Man and woman arrested on drug charges at Randleman NC Walmart 09/13/2018
Woman faces felony for NY Walmart theft attempt 09/13/2018
Missing Man Last Seen Behind Bangor Me. Walmart 09/13/2018
Suspect in Montco Pa. Walmart shooting last month will face county court 09/14/2018
Two felons arrested in Rohnert Park Ca. suspected of possessing drugs, guns 09/14/2018
Sheriff's Office wants to ID man taking photos under women's dresses at Houma La. Walmart 09/14/2018
Woman faces felony for NY Walmart theft attempt 09/13/2018
Walmart Finally Makes It to the Big Apple NY via Jet.com 09/16/2018 Walmart’s e-commerce business, Jet.com, is leasing a 205,000-square-foot warehouse in the Bronx that will soon begin supplying MacBooks and organic eggs to New York’s well-heeled shoppers.
Here’s another reminder that there’s no left turn into the Spanaway Wash. Walmart from Mountain Highway 09/16/2018
Walmart acquires delivery startup in Mexico, Chile 09/16/2018
Wexford Co. Mich. Deputies Looking For Man Accused of Stealing Purse from Walmart 09/17/2018
Philadelphia Eagles fan suspected of theft at Pa. Walmart, cops say 09/17/2018
Intoxicated man assaults police officer outside Minot ND Walmart 09/17/2018
Woman accused of stealing $340 worth of goods from NY Walmart 09/16/2018
Multiple wallets stolen from purses left unattended in shopping carts at Waterloo Ill. Walmart 09/17/2018
Union Missouri police release photos of person of interest after vehicle stolen from Walmart lot 09/17/2018
Lithuania: Walmart to remove Soviet-themed shirts 09/18/2018
Hillsborough Fla. deputies search for man suspected of stealing credit cards, using them at Walmart 09/18/2018
Update: One hospitalized after crash near Hardeeville SC Walmart. Wreck was 3rd of morning 09/18/2018
Man accused of stabbing teenager on December 1, 2017 at Shawnee Okla. Walmart avoids trial by pleading guilty 09/18/2018
Granite Falls NC Police search for person connected with Walmart theft 09/18/2018
Kootenai County Wash. deputies searching people of interest in Hayden Walmart theft 09/18/2018
Two Glennville teens charged for Ga. Walmart bomb threat Sunday 09/19/2018
Man gets prison time for Wyoming WalMart theft 09/19/2018
Walmart fan charged with trespassing in Milford Conn. 09/18/2018
First responders save woman’s life at Fla. Walmart 09/19/2018
Grand Theft Suspect Detained After Spree Of Burglaries At Ca. Walmart 09/18/2018
Man Shoplifted From Walmart, Tried To Run From Cops: Naugatuck Conn. PD 09/19/2018
Mich. ACLU to Walmart: Stop selling gear with Redskins school mascot 09/19/2018
Millington Tenn. Walmart evacuated after natural gas detected 09/19/2018
Man flees Summerfield Fla. Wal-Mart after attempt to steal cartload of groceries foiled 09/19/2018
NC Quarries are flooded, Walmarts are closed, but Butterball says Thanksgiving turkeys are OK 09/19/2018
Deputies taser man trying to steal from north Macon Ga. Wal-Mart 09/19/2018
Fla. Walmart evacuated over bomb threat; nothing suspicious found 09/19/2018
Bonnie to Walmart Clydes pleads guilty in grand larceny in Nevada 09/19/2018
LPD: Women busted for using counterfeit money at Laredo Tx. Walmart 09/19/2018
Waterford Conn. police look to identify man who allegedly stole from Walmart 09/20/2018
Chicopee Mass. police seek 2 men suspected of stealing $1200 worth of merchandise, including hoverboards, from Walmart 09/20/2018
Jupiter Fla. police searching for man accused of taking photo under woman's dress at Walmart 09/20/2018
Walmart sets stage to offer banking services — in India 09/21/2018
Woman banned from Ohio Walmart arrested at Alliance store 09/21/2018
Baltimore Man Shot In Face At Md. Walmart Sentenced One Year 09/20/2018
Mom of Colorado Walmart shooting victim apologizes for withholding donated money from his kids 09/20/2018
Couple leaves with $150 after quick-change scam at Moline Ill. Walmart 09/21/2018
Congressman Rice, Walmart help evacuees at Conway shelter 09/20/2018
Walmart warns Trump that new China tariffs could mean price hikes on bikes, Christmas lights 09/20/2018
Chesterfield Missouri Police search for Walmart theft suspects 09/21/2018
Walmart employee and deputy save woman $136,000 in a phone and computer scam. 09/21/2018
4 charged with using fraudulent cards at Meridian Idaho Walmart 09/21/2018
Police nab accused Pa. Walmart purse snatcher 09/21/2018 A tip from a Blair County police department led to the arrest Thursday of a Johnstown woman charged with snatching a purse last month at Walmart in Richland Township, authorities said.
Walmart, Patagonia and Lyft Make Push to Increase Voter Turnout 09/23/2018
Walmart is teaming with a Seminole Heights chef to promote Fla. grown mushrooms 09/23/2018
Man accused of burglary at NY Walmart 09/24/2018
Woman arrested after shoplifting at Ky. Walmart 09/23/2018
Franklin Woman Arrested at Walmart in Pa. Cranberry 09/24/2018
San Antonio Tx. District 3 losing 2 Walmart Neighborhood Markets, limiting fresh food options for community 09/22/2018
Police: Thieves twice target New Lenox Ill. Walmart 09/24/2018
Woman spends $7,000 at Missouri Walmart using stolen credit cards 09/24/2018
Mechanicsville woman's murder trial begins in fatal Feb. 18, 2017 shooting at Ashland Va. Walmart 09/24/2018
Man arrested for filming woman in Dumfries Va. Walmart 09/24/2018
Driver Leaves After Striking A Car At Ga. Walmart 09/24/2018
Man accused of burglary at NY Walmart 09/24/2018
Counterfeit Bill Passed At Tenn. Walmart Salon 09/24/2018
Woman jailed after EMS responds to report of unresponsive pair at Wal-Mart in Summerfield Fla. 09/25/2018
Captain Walmart isn’t make-believe, he’s a real superhero (Wash.) 09/25/2018
Raleigh man accused of pleasuring himself in front of child, woman inside NC Walmart 09/26/2018
Fake $100 Left On Windshield in Randleman NC Walmart Parking Lot: Police 09/26/2018
Car crash near Nebraska Walmart 09/26/2018
Woman found guilty in February 2017 Ashland Va. Walmart murder 09/27/2018
Felon arrested with drugs, ammunition after Volvo pulled over at Fla. Wal-Mart in The Villages 09/27/2018 Marcus Jerod Blackwell, 31, of Wildwood, had been at the wheel of the white Volvo XC90 at 12:12 a.m. Thursday when he was stopped at the Wal-Mart because he and a passenger were not wearing seatbelts, according to an arrest report from the Sumter County Sheriff’s Office.
Oro Valley Ariz. Police search for couple after stealing from Walmart 09/27/2018
Family adopts puppy they saved from hot car outside Merritt Island Fla. Walmart 09/28/2018
Thief wheels three 43-inch TVs out of Tenn. Walmart in a shopping cart 09/27/2018
Chico Ca. Police: K-9 Officer Detains Wanted Man at Walmart 09/28/2018
Brownsburg Ind. PD look for couple stealing from Walmart shoppers 09/28/2018
Pair arrested in early morning heist at Wal-Mart at Buffalo Ridge Plaza Fla. 09/28/2018
Lights & Sirens | Suspicious subject reported at Ohio Walmart 09/28/2018
Two Charged Following Theft at Ohio Walmart 09/28/2018
GPD: Man stole underwear from Fla. Walmart, tried to sneak bath salts into jail 09/26/2018
Alberta Canada Health Services says agreement reached with Walmart in Fort McMurray wildfire case 09/29/2018 Alberta Health Services says it has reached an agreement with Walmart Canada in a case where the retailer is accused of keeping and selling food that was potentially contaminated by the Fort McMurray wildfire.
Man robs customer in Kernersville NC Walmart self-checkout lane 10/01/2018