Friday, March 1, 2019
Walmart Crime Report February 2019
Walmart had at least twelve shootings this month, five of them fatal. (This was initially reported with only ten; however, another report came in a day late about a shooting taking place on February 27; and an additional fatal shooting at Sam's Club was also added, bringing the total to twelve with five of them fatal.) There were also four officer involved shootings, including three of the fatal ones; and the person killed in the fourth shooting is being treated like a suspect, implying it might have been self defense, or gang related.
One of the fatal officer involved shootings resulted from an argument between off-duty U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officer and an African American combat veteran in Georgia. The official explanation is that the victim pointed a BB gun at the ICE officer from within his car, and the officer got out firing one fatal shot. No charges are being filed, because they claim he couldn't have known it was an airgun. One of the other officer involved shootings killed a man who had already shot two officers, one working off duty security for Walmart. There's still no public discussion about potential conflicts of interests with Walmart hiring off-duty police officers as security, which is usually based on state laws. It seems to be far more common in the South.
One of the other officer involved shootings involved a theft suspect that rammed a cruiser and almost hit a police officer before they killed the driver causing a crash injuring two of his passengers, one critically. Another one started out as a brawl within the store then led to a shooting outside.
There were only half a dozen other gun related crimes on the premises, this month which is unusually low, assuming there weren't more that didn't turn up in searches; and one of them was only a BB gun and another was a flare gun. One of the incidents with a real gun involved a carjacking.
In addition to the five people killed in shootings there were another four killed in other incidents, bringing the total amount of deaths to nine, including a driver that was killed in a crash with a Walmart Semi on the highway and three bodies that were found in the parking lot or a pond nearby. The two found in a truck were both employees, which the police initially said "doesn't appear to be suspicious" before rephrasing it saying that no foul play was suspected. The final autopsy results claim that they died of carbon dioxide poisoning. They routinely refer to bodies found on the premises, which often turn out to be homeless people or drug addicts, as not being "suspicious;" however little or nothing is done to find out why there are so many of them and how to prevent them. There are some academic studies on it, I'm sure that they're not reported to the majority of the public by mainstream media, which is a for-profit organization, or used to base public policy decisions.
Poverty has been growing along with income inequality, and this is clearly a contributing factor to the problem, which is a result of public policy putting Wall Street firm, virtually above the law for their activities. There was also another death reported this month that took place last December, but didn't previously turn up in reports, until his widow sought answers; he was also a combat veteran. This is a reminder that some of these reports are minimums, even for the shootings or deaths, which you would expect to be reported more widely.
There were also a couple people employed by police departments that were caught stealing from Walmart, including one that was fired and a dispatcher. Police often face no charges when killing people but are still prosecuted when stealing minor things from Walmart. Police in Kansas gave a shoplifter a break, after hearing he had a terminally ill wife and was facing other problems driving him to desperation, despite demands from Walmart that they prosecute him, showing they're not all bad.
There was an incident where a woman went on a rampage after a return was refused pepper spraying people slamming a head against the wall and taking a hostage at knife-point. Police had to deal with several suicidal people, which is also becoming more common. Whether it's the dead bodies of suicides that are getting more common there's little doubt that part of the problem is a rigged economy designed to enrich the wealthy, that already have more money than they could ever spend, without taking care of social problems for the working class.
Walmart also had a couple more incidents with razors stuck in the cart handles, but they don't always warn customers why this is happening, even though they've known about if for years. They're put there to cut packaging when shoplifting products, and it happens a lot. Employees often say it's happened before but management does little or nothing to warn customers or try to stop it.
Walmart had a dozen or so crashes, chases, hi-and-runs or other automotive incidents. The vast majority of fender benders almost certainly never get much attention and aren't reported here; but one victim of a hit-and-run published a note to the perpetrator in the local newspaper. Many of the chases are often a result of shoplifting incidents, with another one almost running over a police officer, this time without any shots being fired.
They had over half a down knife attacks resulting in at least two stabbings, and several threats, including against employees. While the people in the corporate office keep all the profits as a result of corner cutting, it's the local employees who are at risk when theses crimes get out of hand. In at least one case it was an ex-employee who pulled a knife on a former co-worker, and another one was an attempted kidnapping of his girlfriend.
There was only one arson, in addition to the vehicle fire this month, which must be the fewest fires they've had in years. They still have people going out with entire carts full of merchandise, including one group of thieves that may have stolen close to $90,000 worth of merchandise, if not more, before finally getting caught. Another incident involved a thief who took a hammer to a jewelry case. There's little or no consideration to the fact that jewelry has little or no practical value, it's mostly hype, yet a significant amount of police resources are devoted to catching jewelry thieves. There were also several fights and a fleeing theft suspect that knocked over two elderly people.
Bernie Sanders has called out Walmart for their paid leave policies, saying it's only a small step forward. He also repeated a claim that the Walton family makes more money in one minute than a Walmart worker makes in an entire year. The Washington Post fact checked this claim, and found it to be true, and since Walton family income is investment income it's taxed at a lower rate and they don't have to contribute to Social Security fund!
This is just one more piece of evidence of how our economic system is being rigged for the benefit of the wealthy!
Walmart had at least four recalls this month including toys, frozen entrees, juice and veggies that might be contaminated with listeria. Many of these contamination's were far less common and smaller before they created a centralized food distribution network controlled by oligarchs. They also had a report exposing the fact that they've been faking reviews for their products on their web sites. They didn't catch people doing it but found a pattern of behavior that indicated they used the same methods on one review after another implying that they're clearly fake.
With all the talk about outsourcing and non-disclosure agreements; my best guess is that they hire people in India, or another low wage country, to make these reviews
Walmart's revolving door continues with executives coming and going from companies they're supposed to be competing with including Amazon, and media outlets that are supposed to report news, including epidemic levels of fraud from many corporations, but they're for profit organizations and get their money from advertising by those often involved in the fraud.
Walmart changed their policies with little or no notice again eliminating jobs as greeters, that are often handicapped, causing an enormous outrage, again! you would think they would learn, but they keep doing things like this, presumably because they realize they have support from politicians even if their customers, workers and even voters, are often outraged with them. A mother also found beg bugs in their store, and a priest bought a pillow online before realizing it was decorated with a swastika on it; as usual they pulled it after the fact, without realizing they were selling it.
The city of Beavercreek Ohio is still shoveling out massive amounts of money for shooting John Crawford four years ago; they've already paid out $600K of tax payer money, for "protecting" them.
One shoplifting extortion case was dismissed this month by the courts, but another lawsuit was filed, by a mother who was treated like a dangerous criminal after, what might have been a misunderstanding at the self-check out lane while she was dealing with her kids. Supposedly the police officer didn't see the problem on the video, but had to arrest her anyway, because Walmart instead on it over a very minor amount. they save money on employees, then after shoplifting as a result of self-check-out lanes inevitably lead to an enormous amount of theft and mistakes, they use that savings to spy on people so they can catch them shoplifting which is virtual entrapment. This has been a massive problem for years, if not decades; yet instead of admitting that self-checkout is more trouble than it's worth and eliminating them they keep using it and even experiment with more automated shopping methods, leading to more theft.
They also offend an enormous number of people with their requests for receipts, even if they head directly from the check out out the door to their car. One shopper said they're not legally required to show receipts, and a California Newspaper fact checked this claim and found that it's true, but many lawyers recommend that they show it anyway just to avoid trouble.
Walmart came up with a supposedly massive "Baby Savings Day" and issued a press report which newspapers across the country reported in the form of an article that seemed to look like a news story, but it was obviously coordinated with Walmart. Customers were outraged when they found that there were little or no savings, one customer said she was told by an employee that it was a "media hoax" which seems to be close, but it was clearly something Walmart executives must have come up with. The media may not be credible anymore, but they're not creating hoaxes like this without approval of Walmart. It is another indication that the truth is a commodity in for-profit media though, and that consumer reports, or business articles, can't be trusted from the media any more than Walmart's fake reviews.
Walmart had another incident where they were shut down because a bird of some sort, got into the store and they had to evacuate it. And, a man stealing a key lime pie wound up breaking a freezer door; I guess he's a natural born Key lime pie lover. They also closed several stores across the country this month or next, yet they were only reported at the local level.
An Ex-Walmart exec says theft helped kill Walmart's new cashierless checkout technology, as if this is a major surprise! Before they came up with this technology they had to know that Self-check-out was causing enormous amounts of problems and to expand this to even more methods for people to get out without paying is guaranteed to create more problems with people waling out with entire shopping carts full of merchandise!
These incidents lead to dozens of shootings, car chases, knife attacks and more ever year, which is what they might call "negative externalities" which means that as long as it doesn't reduce profits, Walmart isn't going to try to reform their practices, even though it's clearly contributing to their high crime problems.
Walmart is supposedly trying to "rebrand" itself as the most trusted company in America now that Amazon is getting so much flack for using monopoly tactics.
Do they really think anyone is stupid enough to believe that?
We have a massive propaganda industry that's trying to indoctrinate as many people as possible; and it's accompanied by efforts to gut the education system, including by privatizing it with increased use of Charter Schools
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 February 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.
Does the Walton family earn more in a minute than Walmart workers do in a year? 02/19/2019
St. Tammany Parish La. School Board speaks out regarding member's shoplifting charges 02/01/2019
El Paso Tx. PD identifies officer, suspect involved in Jan. 2019 shooting outside Lower Valley Walmart 02/01/2019
Hartselle Alabama police ask public to help identify Walmart theft suspect 02/01/2019
KY. WALMART MEAT THEFT LEADS TO ARREST OF ONE 02/01/2019
Woman with children seen panhandling at Cape Coral Walmart charged with having false ID 02/01/2019 Calin, holding a sign saying she needed money for her children, told police she was from Romania. She did not have a city-issued permit for soliciting, police said. (Wealthy people rig the economic system in their favor; therefore, poor people are born criminals.)
Fraudulent Check At New Lenox Ill. Walmart: Complaint 02/01/2019
Niles police: Woman charged with pushing elderly shopper at Ill. Walmart 02/01/2019
Chelmsford Mass. police arrest man accused of exposing himself inside Walmart 02/02/2019
Call Kurtis Investigates: Customers Demand Ca. Walmart To Stop Locking Up Black Hair Care Products 02/03/2019
Walmart Busts Joliet Ill. Woman For Stealing: JPD 02/03/2019
Columbia County Ga. Sheriff's Office looking for Walmart shoplifting suspect 02/04/2019
Jasper Ind. police search for Walmart theft suspect 02/03/2019
Raleigh County man arrested in MacArthur WV Walmart parking lot on drug and firearm charges 02/03/2019 Spencer was previously convicted of felony crimes of violence against a person, making him a prohibited possessor of firearms. He was arrested for Possession with Intent to Deliver Methamphetamine and being a Prohibited Possessor of a Firearm.
Woman arrested on felony burglary, falsifying business records charges at NY Walmart 02/04/2019 Woman arrested on felony burglary, falsifying business records charges at Walmart
Clarion Pa. Wal-Mart Closed For Investigation Of Bomb Threat 02/04/2019
After complaints, Ca. Walmart unlocks hair care products 02/05/2019
Salinas Ca. Walmart evacuated due to bomb threat 02/04/2019
Man In Walmart Clothing Accused Of Trying To Steal Laundry Detergent, Alcohol, TV Dinners at Arkansas Walmart 02/05/2019
Deputies: Suspects stole cash from Fla. Walmart 02/04/2019
Two men arrested at Wash. Walmart 02/05/2019
Louisiana State Police arrested three men found with 25 stolen Walmart giftcards in their vehicle 02/04/2019
A former Cody Wy. Walmart employee man gets probation for stealing TVs, food from Walmart 02/04/2019
Blotter: Man steals clothes from NC Walmart, tries to return them for money 02/0/2019
Ky. Walmart Drug Arrests 02/04/2019
Auburn NY woman pleads guilty to Walmart burglary 02/06/2019
Police searching for individual involved in Walmart incident in Westerly RI 02/05/2019
Oglethorpe Ga. woman caught stealing food at Walmart 02/06/2019
Power outage at Minn. Walmart 02/05/2019
Woman arrested for DUI, open container outside Post Falls Wash. Walmart 02/05/2019
Woman admits selling Mexican Meth in Kansas Walmart parking lot 02/06/2019
Theresa woman accused of shoplifting, trespass at LeRay NY Walmart 02/05/2019
Five-year prison sentence for Fall River Mass. man guilty of Walmart assaults 02/05/2019
Suspected theft from Piqua Ohio Walmart leads to drug bust 02/06/2019
Central Texas man accused of defrauding Walmart held without bond 02/06/2019
Southport NC police looking for ‘person of interest’ in Walmart theft 02/07/2019
3 escapees from Alexander Youth Services caught near Arkansas Walmart store 02/07/2019
Manchester Iowa Man Arrested for DUI in Walmart Parking Lot 02/06/2019
Employee charged with Minn. Walmart theft 02/06/2019
2 arrested on Mattoon Ill. Walmart burglary charges 02/06/2019
Suspect arrested after not appearing in court for Ky. Walmart shoplifting case 02/07/2019 The merchandise was worth a total of $30, according to officials. (It is routine for tax payers to spend at least three to four times, if not ten to twenty times, more than the value of shoplifted products in court, police and prison costs; it isn't routine to try to figure out why shoplifting increased significantly since the expansion of Big-Box stores cutting corners on employees making it easy for shoplifter to walk out with big and small items.)
Judge will wait for ballistics tests before ruling on bail of man charged in Sept. 2018 Ind. Walmart shooting 02/07/2019
Bartlett Tenn. police searching for woman accused of stealing iPhone from Walmart 02/07/2019
Deputies searching for Fla. Walmart thief 02/08/2019
Walmart thief caught thanks to social media Cape Coral Fla. 02/07/2019
Man arrested at Walmart in Manning SC 02/07/2019
Retail bankruptcies and closures blow Walmart-sized hole in Columbia Center area 02/07/2019
Laredo woman accused of stealing children's clothing from Tx. Walmart allegedly gave officer fake name 02/07/2019
Maine dollar stores now outnumber Walmart, McDonald's, and Starbucks combined 02/07/2019
TRAFFIC ALERT: “Serious crash” near Highland Drive Jonesboro Arkansas Walmart 02/08/2019
Pair accused of stealing credit card from vehicle, using it at Ashland Va. Walmart 02/08/2019
Arizona mail carrier steals Walmart gift card from mail 02/08/2019
Autopsy reveals no foul play in death of man at Hickory NC Walmart 02/09/2019
Three thieves seen taking two televisions and multiple other items from Tx. Walmart 02/08/2019
Suspect flees after snatching woman's purse in Gloucester Va. Walmart parking lot 02/08/2019
Police: Woman returns stolen goods at Ill. Walmart for refund 02/08/2019
State College Police looking for male and female accused of stealing from Pa. Walmart 02/08/2019
Walmart Worker Fired Over Medical Marijuana Wins Bias Suit 02/08/2019 Law360 (February 8, 2019, 7:22 PM EST) -- An Arizona federal judge chided Walmart Inc. for having a "'complete and bright line' disregard" for anti-discrimination protections in the Arizona Medical Marijuana Act when it fired an employee who has...
Two men face felony charges after allegedly stealing from Arnold Missouri Walmart, fleeing from police 02/08/2019
Crawford lawsuit against Beavercreek Ohio cop, Walmart to be tried together 02/10/2019
Two Pennsylvania women arrested in Pa. Walmart, accused of stealing cookies, clothes while intoxicated 02/10/2019
She paid for her groceries at SC Walmart. But she walked out with more than just those 02/10/2019
Man steals $2,100 worth of Google products from Lehigh Fla. Walmart 02/11/2019
Handicap Scooter Used In Attempted Ashland Ohio Walmart Theft 02/10/2019
Police calls: Man flees with TVs, pushes cart at 'high rate of speed' at Pa. Walmart 02/0/2019
Police Seek Identity Of Suspect In Indiana Co. Pa. Walmart Theft 02/1/2019
Police: Lincoln Ca. Woman, 25, Tried To Pass Counterfeit Money At Walmart 02/11/2019
Tires stolen from storage facility at Walmart in Eureka Missouri 02/12/2019
WANTED: Suspects accused of stealing TV from La. Walmart 02/11/2019
Pa. State Police looking for two suspects in Walmart theft 02/11/2019
Wanted Milledgeville Ga. man arrested near Walmart 02/12/2019
Police Beat: Shoplifter jailed after stealing matches from Walmart 02/12/2019 A shoplifting suspect was jailed on Feb. 7 by Tahlequah Okla. Police Department officers after he allegedly stole matches from Walmart.
4-year-old Crossville Tenn. Walmart theft case one of three resolved with pleas 02/12/2019
Buffalo pair arrested following theft of TVs from Clarence NY Walmart 02/12/2019
Charity discovers fraudulent credit card charges at Summerfield Fla. Wal-Mart 02/12/2019
Police blotter: Sexual assault at Montana Walmart; partner or family member assault; a desire to go to jail 02/12/2019
The killing of John Crawford at Beavercreek Ohio Walmart: Officer says he ‘wouldn’t have changed a thing’ 02/12/2019
Police: Suspect Arrested For Stealing Several Hundred Dollars From Ca. Walmart Registers 02/13/2019
Police roundup: Man accused of attempted theft from Barboursville WV Walmart 02/13/2019
Fishkill NY Walmart bathrooms closed, port-a-potties set up outside store 02/13/2019
Port St. Lucie Fla. Police on lookout for Walmart thieves 02/14/2019
WFPD: pair steals over 1,000 cigarette lighters, 700 energy drinks from Tx. Walmart 02/13/2019
Father of teen molested at Durant Okla. Walmart speaks out 02/13/2019
Fingerprint leads to arrest in 2017 Missouri Walmart theft 02/14/2019
Walmart 'secret shopper' scam 02/12/2019
KCSO: Man stole cash register drawer from Norris Freeway Tenn. Walmart 02/14/2019
Winston-Salem NC Walmart Shoppers Evacuated During Gas Leak Investigation 02/14/2019 Firefighters say shoppers got to go back inside the Walmart on Kester Mill Road around 8 p.m. The source of the gas leak was coming from a leaky HVAC system on the roof.
It’s been vacant for 11 years. Now this developer has plans for Belleville Ill.’s former Walmart 02/14/2019
HAVE YOU SEEN THEM: Authorities looking for NC Walmart larceny suspects 02/14/2019
Arrest made in indecent exposure incidents at Tx. Walmart 02/14/2019
Man took pictures in Fort Worth Tx. Walmart bathroom, police say 02/14/2019
SRSO: Alabama man arrested for masturbating in Milton Fla. Walmart 02/14/2019 The witness said he saw Booker ejaculate on the floor and wipe it up with a clothing item, which Booker then discarded on a nearby shelf, according to his arrest report.
Why Walmart Won’t Stop Selling the National Enquirer 02/15/2019 A decade ago, the company that distributed magazines to Walmart Inc. and other big retailers tried to impose a surcharge of 7 cents a copy. Publishers such as Time Inc. and American Media Inc. fought back by halting shipments, resulting in a short period where checkout-counter racks were devoid of titles like AMI’s National Enquirer. Walmart received more customer complaints about the missing tabloid than just about any other out-of-stock item in its history.
With son in tow, man allegedly swipes $100 in socks, underwear at Pa. Walmart 02/15/2019
Florence SC police seek help identifying people in Walmart theft 02/15/2019
Tenn. Walmart Employee Charged With Embezzlement 02/15/2019
Man who reportedly stole wedding rings on Valentine's Day from Myrtle Beach SC Walmart turns himself in 02/15/2019
Kansas City Missouri police investigate reported bomb threat at Northland Walmart 02/15/2019
Woman running from police hides in Nebraska Walmart 02/1/2019
Utah man charged for leaving picture of erect penis on woman's car in Walmart parking lot 02/17/2019
He stole male enhancement pills from SC Walmart. Now, police are working on killing mood 02/17/2019
Police investigate suspicious package at NC Wal-Mart 02/17/2019 Officers learned that the man put a box containing an old car jack into the shopping cart and then went inside the store to purchase a new car jack, Rabun said.
Williamsburg Ky. Police Say Man Used Ruse To Steal TVs From Walmart 02/18/2019
10-year-old Girl Scout assaulted at Redding Ca. Walmart while selling cookies 02/17/2019
Tracy Rosser Departs Walmart 02/18/2019 Tracy Rosser, the senior vice president in charge of transportation at Walmart Inc. in Bentonville, left the company at the end of January.
MCSO looking for man who stole multiple grocery items from Fla. Walmart 02/18/2019
Scam of the Week: Bogus $100 Walmart and Target reward 02/18/2019
Diagnosed schizophrenic who survived police shooting outside Fla. Walmart shares his story 02/19/2019
Jasper Ind. PD needs help identifying Walmart theft suspects 02/18/2019
Woman eludes man trying to get into her car in Colorado Walmart parking lot 02/1/2019
Westfield Ind. police looking for man responsible for string of Walmart thefts in Indiana, Illinois 02/1/2019
Man was watching women in Warner Robins Ga. Walmart bathroom 02/18/2019
Theft at Iowa Walmart leads to felony drug charge against Sheffield woman 02/18/2019
Man suspected of stealing more than $160 in laundry detergent from Tx. Walmart 02/17/2019
Oberlin Ohio police seek suspect in theft, assault at Walmart 02/19/2019
Deputies: Suspect steals jewelry chains from north Macon Ga. Walmart 02/19/2019
Benton Arkansas PD searching for suspected Walmart thieves 02/19/2019
Man faces theft charges at two Arkansas Wal-Mart locations 02/19/2019 The report further stated the passenger, 18-year-old Nicholas Jashun Jones of Jonesboro, had a loaded magazine for a 380 pistol on him. Jonesboro police discovered a Ruger 380 pistol where witnesses claimed to have seen it thrown. After running the gun through NCIC, police discovered the gun was stolen.
Spanish Fork Utah police need your help identifying man involved in Walmart 'incident' 02/19/2019
2 men arrested in Mt. Juliet Tenn. after allegedly wheeling stolen items out of Walmart in cart 02/19/2019
BREAKING: Mobile Alabama police arrest woman accused of abandoning a child at Walmart 02/19/2019
Police: Woman stole hundreds of dollars in merchandise from Crockett Tx. Walmart 02/19/2019
North Charleston SC Police arrest woman at Walmart on shoplifting, gun, and cocaine charges 02/19/2019 Officers say they responded after a report of a detained shoplifter, and say they found a .22 Caliber Revolver with the serial number scratched over in her coat pocket.
Shoplifter steals Kansas Walmart iPhones 02/20/2019
Plea change for accused Vermont Walmart embezzler delayed 02/20/2019
Man charged with killing Fla. Walmart diaper thief has new explanation for what happened 02/20/2019
Madison man arrested for stealing TVs from Hendersonville Tenn. Walmart 02/21/2019
Cheyenne Wyoming Walmart Reopens After Carbon Monoxide Forces Evacuation 02/20/2019
Man accused of exposing himself in car in Walmart parking lot 02/20/2019
80-year-old man's wheelchair stolen from Ca. Walmart 02/22/2019
GPD: She stole three TVs from one Fla. Walmart. Then she stole four more 02/22/2019
Man charged for insurance fraud, "accidentally" falls in Mississippi Walmart 02/22/2019
Police: Two men arrested for shoplifting chocolate milks at La. Walmart, drinking 02/21/2019
Man pleads guilty to robbing ND Walmart, Menards 02/21/2019
Police look to identify two wanted for questioning in Horry County SC Walmart shoplifting complaints 02/21/2019
Troopers: Woman charged with burglary at Halfmoon NY Walmart 02/21/2019
Chemung County NY Sheriff's office searching for WalMart customer in relation to missing cash 02/21/2019
Grand Traverse Co. Deputies Need Help Finding Suspects Who Stole From Mich. Walmart 02/21/2019
Judge reduces bail of man charged in Hobart Ind. Sept. 2018 Walmart shooting 02/22/2019
Walmart burglary suspect returned to Orangeburg SC to face charges 02/22/2019
Police: Warner Robins woman steals Valentine's handcuffs, fake nails from Ga. Walmart 02/22/2019
Police respond to SD Walmart vehicle vs. pedestrian accident, drugs 02/22/2019
DA: Fatal May 2017 officer-involved shooting at Hesperia Ca. Walmart justified 02/22/2019
Investigators asking for help in identifying pair connected to Mich. Walmart theft 02/22/2019
Report: Two men overdose in Orangeburg SC Walmart 02/22/2019
2 Identity Thieves Arrested At Ill. Walmart On Jefferson: JPD 02/24/2019
Opinion: Why buying Walmart stock over Amazon is a better bet now 02/25/2019
Pa. Walmart cashier accused of stealing $200 from register 02/24/2019
Suspect wanted for trying to steal from Ill. Walmart 02/25/2019
Stolen vehicle suspects accused of shoplifting at Ga. Walmart 02/25/2019
Trial begins for man accused in Sept. 2016 Leesburg Fla. Walmart slaying 02/25/2019
Walmart to host ‘Baby Savings Day’ this Saturday at select stores 02/20/2019
Thurmont woman arrested after allegedly stealing from Westminster Md. Walmart 02/25/2019
Woman accused of theft by scanning cheaper items at Warsaw Ind. Walmart 02/25/2019
Woman charged with stealing from Mattoon Ill. Walmart 02/26/2019
Police: Defendant In 2018 Walmart Assaults Returned To Store 02/26/2019 A man who assaulted four people in September 2018 in the Greeneville Walmart and then allegedly re-entered the store on Feb. 1 was served ...
Walmart commits to reducing plastic waste 02/26/2019
Ephrata Pa. police seek help identifying Walmart theft suspect 02/26/2019
Two women leave Walmart deli without paying for food 02/26/2019
Thief caught on camera in the act at Dalton Ga. Walmart 02/27/2019
Jurors hear more evidence in Sept. 2016 Fla. Walmart shooting trial 02/26/2019
Conway SC police seek help in Walmart fraud incident 02/27/2019
Police seek Sidney T. Ogletree, 28, in Sept. 2018 Blue Springs Kansas Walmart shooting, call him ‘armed and dangerous’ 02/27/2019
Walmart shutting down Neighborhood Market store in Chesterfield Va. 02/27/2019
Fla. Walmart shooter guilty of murder in Sept. 2016 drug slaying 02/27/2019
Pass the Cash: Ky. Walmart employee receives help in midst of car, housing issues 02/27/2019
Man gets jail time for July 2018 Wisc. Walmart attack caught on surveillance video 02/27/2019
Walmart theft led to low-speed police chase through Baraboo Wisc. 02/27/2019
Northside Lafayette La. Walmart will close March 29, 300 workers could be looking for new jobs 02/27/2019
Two Grand Forks residents allegedly steal $1,000 worth of items from ND Walmart 02/27/2019
San Diego Ca. Police: Woman uses fake ID to open Walmart credit cards 02/26/2019
House fire shuts down all lanes of Midlothian Turnpike in Chetserfield Va. near Walmart 02/28/2019
Police ask the public's assistance in catching Delaware Walmart battery bandit 02/28/2019
Walmart neighborhood store on Broad River Road Columbia SC closing The store had only been open for about three years. 02/28/2019
Three Teenagers Arrested Outside Walmart For Burglary of vehicle 02/28/2019
Man accused of flashing elderly woman in NC Walmart parking lot 02/28/2019
Walmart greeter with cerebral palsy to keep job at NC store, but with a twist 02/28/2019
Police seek Pa. Walmart retail theft suspect 02/28/2019
Walmart video provided in Florence Colorado Dec. 23 murder case in a home not at Walmart 02/28/2019