Monday, April 1, 2019
Walmart Crime Report March 2019
There were at least thirteen shootings at Walmart or Sam's Club last month, with only two of them causing a death; however there were a total of at least ten deaths with three of them caused by automobile accidents, including one shoplifter that ran into traffic while trying to get away after being tased by police, another person stabbed to death, and four bodies found on the property, although one of them was old remains found nearby, another body found in a SUV was decomposing, although it was presumably from earlier in the month. The dead bodies found in the parking lots often claim "no foul play suspected" but it happens a lot, and there should be some consideration about the causes of it and how poverty, lack of health care, or addiction is contributing to it.
Several of these shootings also involved attempted kidnapping or carjacking attempts; one of the fatal ones was an officer involved shooting; and another non-fatal shootings was by a Walmart worker shooting another worker. Another argument between co-workers resulted in a stabbing. There were also several more injuries as a result of the shootings. Two of the shootings were at Sam's club or as a result of a carjacking that began at Sam's Club, which was also the officer involved fatal shooting.
These shootings are often referred to as "isolated incidents," without compiling the data or letting people know how often they happen, or that shootings are steadily rising, let alone trying to figure out why they happen and trying to prevent them.
There were at least ten more gun related crimes, mostly robberies, including a couple stolen cars, another shooting with a BB-gun not counted among the thirteen shootings with real guns, and a stand off on the highway that stated out as a robbery at Walmart.
Walmart has been suppressing wages for so long that it inevitably leads to large amounts of employee theft, when people feel that's the only way they can get their money's worth including a couple incidents this month where one worker stole his income was "insufficient to support his family," and another stole because he was homeless even though he was working.
The annual map for the largest non-government employer came out this year, and Walmart is the biggest in twenty-two states. These states are on average more violent than the other twenty-eight states, with only six of those states below average for murder rates and one tied with the national average. FBI statistics listed at the Death Penalty Information Center Seven of the states with Walmart as the top employer were in the top ten sates for murder rates last year and only one, New Hampshire was in the bottom ten. Wyoming is the only other one that comes close. They're the biggest employer despite the fact that the most violent areas are usually in big cities and Walmart is most dominant in rural areas where it expanded fastest and earliest. The reason they dominate the market is partly because of tax payer subsidies, which raises the question of whether our tax money is subsidizing violence, intentionally or not.
Walmart has been quietly closing stores as I reported last month, this month another media outlet reported a list of at least nine that they found; however, Walmart didn't return their calls to check so it's probably higher. They report these only at the local level, and a few more came out since they reported this, although I don't know if they're included. They also had a post by a Walmart worker which went viral on Facebook, that looked like an obvious ad although they don't present it that way. There have been numerous reports of marketing people influencing social media, often signing non-disclosure reports, this mat include some discussed in "Born to Buy" by Juliet Schor or "Consuming Kids" by Susan Linn. I wouldn't be surprised if they hire contractors to do this, which they've been caught doing on numerous occasions for ethically questionable practices in the past.
There were a few attempted kidnappings at Walmart and one victim of human trafficking left a note at a North Carolina Walmart saying that he was being held against his will. There have been several viral claims similar to this in the past which the police have denied; however this one appears to be true and there was also the incident a couple years ago where human traffickers were caught with about ten or so dead people in a semi in Texas, with at least one more dying in the hospital shortly after that. In that case the truck driver from Clearwater Florida was sentenced to a long prison term, perhaps life; but they made little or no attempt to find out where the demand for this came from. It doesn't take a genius to put two and two together when Trump keeps getting caught with illegal immigrants at his properties and they use them for farm work that supplies our food including what's bought at Walmart, and Walmart has also been caught with cleaning people in the country illegally, and much more.
Wall Street oligarchs create a market for human traffickers, and when it comes to sex trafficking people like Jeffrey Epstein provide it, or Bob Kraft, although in his case he might not have known it although he might not have wanted to know it either.
A corrections officer was caught shoplifting at Walmart for the second time after winning arbitration the first time and keeping her job and a magistrate allegedly bought meth from an undercover cop at Walmart.
Walmart promised to donate $500 to a local library in NJ but reneged on it until the librarian who had made plans for it for months and repeated requests which were ignored; until she went to the media and it created another public relations disaster, and they quickly sent someone over with the check withing hours. Another story went viral when police reported about a mother stealing a car safety seat for her child and people offered to pay for it if they would let her off. Police say they'll probably prosecute her anyway when they catch her. It's routine to spend more money in tax payer dollars to prosecute many people for petty theft; however they don't spend tax payer dollars to protect consumers or workers from massive corporate fraud, often, instead, spending it to arrest peaceful protesters.
A relatively minor crime in Lakeside Colorado, just a shoplifting where the suspect left his phone behind, might indicate one of the tactics that Walmart uses to avoid property taxes. The article made a point of saying that it's a real town even though there were only eight people living there, but it had a Walmart, a liqueur store, and an amusement park. Schools and other city services are paid for with property taxes, and Walmart is famous for shopping around to squeeze towns for tax beaks, and by placing their store in this small town without schools or other services, there's a good chance they managed to avoid property taxes that most cities would have charged them, which shifts the tax burden to those that can least afford it, which is a typical practice for oligarchs.
Walmart had at least a dozen major crashes or auto thefts, with three of them killing people, one after he was chased into traffic by police who already tased him, another in a hit and run, and the third a small child. One of the crashes was a car speeding fast enough to push under a pick up truck he T-boned, and another where someone was temporarily caught in the vehicle in another major T-bone crash.
Walmart had at least eight knife attacks last month with most of them resulting in stabbings, including several attacks on employees, one of them by another employee, and one fatal stabbing. Britain is trying to restrict access to many knifes, and Walmart is trying to help in that country, due to a sharp increase in stabbings. Great Britain has some of the strictest gun control laws, but apparently they still have violence; although they probably don't teach people about the leading causes of violence including child abuse leading to escalating violence later in life, poverty, lack of child care or education; some of the other countries in Europe that do a better job reducing violence with many of the ones banning corporal punishment at home and providing better child care having murder rates below one per hundred thousand; in some cases this is half of England's rate and a tenth of the United States rate.
This might be a bigger problem in the United States; they often have armed robbers that don't bother bring weapons at Walmart; instead they pick up knifes, bats, axes, machetes, hammers, BB-guns or what ever they feel they need at Walmart, and steal them along with other merchandise, and if confronted threaten them with it or use it.
Walmart had a few fires, which is fewer than they've had most months, with one of them started by an employee that didn't want to work, another was truck truck bursting into flames, and another two causing an evacuation, although one turned out to be a false alarm. There are always numerous incidents where people attack Walmart workers, including one where a woman bit a security guard, and an assault on a state trooper leading to a manhunt. In addition to the robberies where they pull out their guns they often hand over notes implying they have a gun often taking money without showing it, other cases they run if faced with resistance.
They had several fights including a confrontation over a nail in his tire, and another theft knocking over a shopper while trying to escape. There was a major panic when a man unboxed a BB-gun and walked around the store with it along with a knife. Another shoplifter tried to get away by somehow climbing through the crawl space in the ceiling but was caught anyway. I don't know how to get into these crawl spaces, but it's not the first time this happened, another incident showed a woman falling down from the ceiling a year or so ago.
One police department says that Walmart might press charges over a stolen Butterfinger, which would cost tax payers hundreds if not thousands of dollars if they do.
According to a new book "The People's Republic of Walmart," they could be demonstrating how a socialist society could successfully work with centralized control of the economic system, although the authors are clear about not approving the way Walmart is currently carrying it out. Our government has subsidized Walmart enabling it to wipe out small businesses, and some distribution practices have been efficient, however they have little or no concern about the best interests of their workers or customers. The authors clearly don't approve of that, but although I haven't read the book they might be claiming that some of this could provide a goo example if it's controlled in a more democratic manner to protect workers rights, consumers rights and address other social causes including acknowledging how corner cutting store design, union busting, and other policies might be contributing to their high crime problems.
If they're correct it could be a call for nationalization; which might be justifiable since they dominated the market due to government help not because of their ability to keep customers happy and address legitimate concerns. The government is subsidizing Walmart's high crime problems!
As it is Walmart is increasing their domination over the market, moving into other countries, including Israel and India, wiping out dairy farmers, trying to take over the alcohol industry as well, in some cases succeeding, although Connecticut is holding them off this month Pennsylvania has given them another licence, creating their own iPad. They have a revolving door with several of their executives going to other businesses, including supposed competitors often hiring others from other business, without disclosing any non-compete clauses that might be in non-disclosure agreements which we have no way of knowing how common they are, although recent reports indicate they're very common among white collar workers.
Walmart has half a dozen new lawsuits, investigation or settlements, just about every month, and most of them are rigged heavily in their favor which is why they don't seem to worries about squeezing workers suppliers and even customers.
Where do they get all this political power?
there are more stories about how their gift cards are being drained by scammers, and Walmart doesn't refund money for this easily, if at all; they're also ending price-matching program which is angering many people, although this is clearly an anti-competitive practice, used to wipe out small business. Now that they dominate the market there's not longer as much incentive to keep prices down or maintain quality, which hasn't been very good for decades.
They try to improve their image with talk about putting workers on the board, although they haven't done it or dozens of stories about what sounds like a massive "$207 million in bonuses after strong sales growth" until you do the math and realize it's an average of about $227, or $4.37 a week, for each worker.
This is also the business that wants to dominate self-driving vehicles for their deliveries!
Do you really want to know how that will work if it's mass produced, after the recent Boeing crashes?
Walmart finally agreed to wage hikes with a union, although there was virtually no reporting on it in traditional media, but it wasn't nearly as much as the workers wanted and it's in a very low wage area. Typically when the union has success in countries like Canada they shut down stores and fire everyone, although I think some European countries may have forced Walmart to accept unions if they want to do business there.
Have you ever though of just walking into Walmart and stealing large pieces of equipment, like a claw machine? Someone in Florida did at least twice successfully before police decided to put all their resources into hunting them down and making an example out of them for stealing from a rich corporations that doesn't even try to keep track of their own equipment.
Have you ever decided to simply make your own sandwiches at a Subway in Walmart, help a few customers at the register, and pocket the sandwich and cash? Even after asking and being told no someone did and they let him.
How often do people ask you to stand on their stomach when you go to Walmart?
How many trips do you think you can make through the garden center with shopping carts full of beer before getting caught? If someone gets arrested for stealing $500 worth, should he have stopped at $450 worth?
How often do you thin kids spray deer urine on merchandise throughout the store? If they get caught doing it at least two or three times how many times do you think they got away with it? Are there times where it wasn't reported due to possible damage to their reputation?
Will you start giving merchandise a smell check at Walmart if you still shop there?
You think I make this up? No need, it's Walmart!
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. 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 March 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.
2 shot outside North Dallas Tx. Sam's Club store 06/14/2017
1 shot in San Antonio Tx. Sam's Club parking lot in road rage shooting, police say 07/30/2018
Pooler Ga. Sam’s Club shooting suspects captured in Riverdale, Ga 02/28/2019
Gunfire exchanged in Va. Walmart parking lot at Manassas Mall 03/01/2019
Virginia men accused of stealing items worth $6K from Pa. Walmart 03/01/2019
Ashland Wisc. Walmart to cut hours 03/01/2019
Walmart Promotes Homosexuality With New Video: 'Love Is In the Aisle' 03/01/2019
Montana Police blotter: Motor vehicle theft; possession of dangerous drugs; Walmart shoplifting 03/01/2019
Cullman Alabama Police investigating robbery at Woodforest Bank in Walmart 03/01/2019
He was scanning items incorrectly at SC Walmart. Now, that’s the least of his worries 03/04/2019
Tribute song mourning University Commons Tenn. Walmart closing goes viral 03/04/2019
Arizona Man Accused of Stealing Brisket, Smoker Wood Chips, Blender from Pa. Walmart 03/04/2019
Suspect wanted for theft of thousands of dollars in merchandise from South Lake Drive Lexington SC Walmart 03/04/2019
Cadillac Mich. Walmart theft suspect identified 03/05/2019
Theft suspects use distraction at Walmart register in Cape Coral Fla. 03/04/2019
Walmart Checkout Line Brawl 'Alarms Customers,' Joliet Ill. Police Say 03/04/2019
Armstrong DA approves extradition of three Virginia men accused of stealing from Pa. Walmart 03/04/2019
Walmart International and P&G Combine Efforts to Bring Clean Drinking Water to Children and Families Around the World 03/04/2019 Instead of fixing the distribution process of tap water, and reducing pollution so it will be cleaner, these organizations have been supporting privatizing of the water system increasing use of bottled water which is far less efficient, more expensive, and causes an enormous amount of pollution making clean water scarcer for the majority, while providing it for a minority. As long as they continue supporting these policies this initiative can't be more than a public relations stunt, which is common for corporations like these!
Police seeking ID of suspects in Norwich Conn. Walmart counterfeit money case 03/04/2019
Man accused of stealing brisket, smoker wood chips, blender from Ariz. Walmart 03/04/2019
Walmart loses fight for lower taxes in Washington County Minn. 03/05/2019
Woman with wrong license tag on vehicle nabbed at Wal-Mart in Summerfield Fla. 03/05/2019
Teens involved in Dec. deadly Central Texas Walmart shooting identified 03/05/2019
Mecosta Co. Deputies Looking for Man Who Stole $5K Worth of Items from Mich. Walmart 03/05/2019
Denison Tx. police searching for suspects in Walmart theft 03/05/2019
Mississippi man arrested in West Memphis Arkansas Walmart shooting 03/06/2019
Gregory Frazee Search Warrants Released: Suspect Seen In Colorado Walmart Day Kelsey Berreth Disappeared 03/06/2019
Milwaukee Wisc. Fire Department officials respond to Walmart near 27th and Morgan for electrical fire 03/06/2019
Woman wanted in questioning for NC Walmart theft 03/06/2019
Walmart Selling Satanic Paraphernalia 03/06/2019
Suspects accused of stealing wallet left behind for shopping spree at Tx. Walmart 03/06/2019
Springfield Tenn. Police seek suspect in Walmart fraud case 03/07/2019
Fake checks got this SC man $240 worth of items at TJ Maxx, Walmart, deputies say 03/07/2019
Man steals 70" T.V. from Moline Iowa Walmart 03/07/2019
Ga. Walmart Santa’s Children Found Buried in Yard Were Homeschooled, Never Reported Missing 03/07/2019 In court Tuesday, prosecutors revealed that one of the deceased children, Mary Crocker, 14, allegedly spent much of her young life zip-tied, starved and held in a dog cage while naked, and was beaten when she tried to eat food. She was last seen in October 2018.
Sebring Fla. Walmart back open after bomb threat reported 03/08/2019
Theft investigation at Holton Kansas Walmart lands 3 Topekans behind bars 03/08/2019
University Commons Tenn. Walmart running store closing sale on merchandise 03/08/2019
Police say Mississippi Walmart shoplifter used unique (and stolen) getaway method 03/09/2019 A Mississippi man faces shoplifting charges after police say he rode a stolen bicycle out an emergency exit at Walmart while hauling other goods he stole.
Craig Colorado police investigating possible credit card theft at Walmart: On the Record — March 7 03/08/2019
2-hour rescue completed after person falls on trail behind Walmart in Conover NC 03/09/2019
Off-Duty Deputy Saves Man’s Life at Green Country Okla. Walmart 03/09/2019
Walmart Is Smart To Let Sam's Club Follow Its Own Innovation Path 03/10/2019
Elderly woman robbed at Walmart, men turn selves in 03/09/2019
Couple suspected of shoplifting $5,000 in cell phones from NM Walmart 03/08/2019
Police looking for Pa. Walmart Red Bull bandit 03/11/2019
Orlando man accused of leaving children unattended in car while shopping at Fla. Walmart 03/11/2019
Man arrested after found with opioids in SC Walmart parking lot 03/11/2019
Charleston woman allegedly found with suspected meth after Ill. Walmart theft arrest 03/11/2019
Police: Pa. Walmart groping suspect identified 03/12/2019
Man accused of exposing himself to 10-year-old girl at Dallas Tx. Walmart claimed he'd done it before, police say 03/11/2019
Luciano: Is it yours? Customer finds gold ring inside glove bought at Peoria Ill. Walmart 03/12/2019
Four arrested after alleged attempted robbery at Independence Walmart 03/12/2019 As the women were leaving, one of them pepper-sprayed an employee while another tried to push a full shopping cart out of the store.
Police searching for suspect who used stolen credit card at Hoover Alabama Walmart 03/12/2019
Police looking for persons of interest after cars broken into on parking lot of Glen Carbon Ill. Walmart 03/12/2019
Two men accused of stealing wallet at Dixon Ill. Walmart 03/13/2019
Merced County Ca. school on lockdown after bomb threat at nearby Walmart, police say 03/12/2019
Man allegedly tried to take items from Sand Springs Okla. Walmart, flee police 03/12/2019
LPD: Multiple females accused of stealing 70 items from Laredo Tx. Walmart store 03/12/2019
Hammond La. Walmart bandit sentenced to more than 12 years, must pay $3.4K 03/14/2019
Four alleged shoplifters arrested at Kansas Walmart for thefts 03/13/2019
At SXSW this year, Walmart bills itself as a tech company 03/10/2019
Four teens indicted in deadly Dec. 2018 shooting outside Tx. Walmart store 03/14/2019
Nevada Walmart raider gets 3 years in prison 03/13/2019 A Reno man was sentenced to up to three years in prison for fighting with a deputy along Highway 395 in February 2018. Ross Thomas Bayard, 28, received two concurrent 1-3-year sentences on Monday for battery by a probationer and principal to grand larceny.
Clinton police seek Walmart theft suspect 03/14/2019
Lakeside Colorado PD posts mirror selfie from Walmart shoplifter they say left behind phone 03/14/2019 For what it’s worth, Lakeside is a real town. Sure, just eight people live there, but in addition to the Walmart and the liquor store within city limits, there’s also an amusement park.
Wiggy Wack! Kandi Burruss Threatens To Sue Walmart After They Illegally Use Her Image To Sell Wigs 03/14/2019
Woman arrested, two others wanted in Mich. Walmart theft 03/14/2019
Parents facing neglect charges after passing out with child in Walmart parking lot 03/14/2019
Walmart's new consolidation center will move products 2-5 days quicker 03/14/2019
Delivery man accused of grabbing woman's breast in a NY Walmart 03/15/2019
Man collected money for veterans outside Walmart. Police think he kept it for himself. 03/15/2019
Men reported stalking women at Angola Ind. Walmart parking lot 03/16/2019
Women accused of stealing from Walmart in Shallotte NC 03/15/2019
Deputies: Uncle left niece, 4, alone in car at Palatka Fla. Walmart 03/15/2019
Nicotine fix?: Police say $1,500 worth of cigarettes stolen from Ephrata Pa. Walmart 03/17/2019
SHOCKING SWEATER: Youth marijuana-themed sweatshirt appears on Walmart website 03/17/2019
Walmart Japan's new CEO: Seiyu 'absolutely' not for sale 03/18/2019
Couple arrested at St. George Utah Walmart after man allegedly steals stuffed unicorn for fiance 03/17/2019
Lebanon man sentenced to five years for attempted robbery at Oregon Walmart 03/18/2019
Abilene man accused of stealing $11,000 worth of cell phones from Tx. Walmart 03/18/2019
Scammers impersonate NC Walmart employees, target your receipt in order to shoplift 03/19/2019
Police: Man robbed credit union inside La. Walmart 03/18/2019
ATTENTION SHOPPERS: Man wheels out 50" TV from NC Walmart 03/18/2019
Chiropractor placed on probation for stealing merchandise from Idaho Walmart to sell on eBay 03/18/2019
Two giant TVs stolen from Madison Heights Va. Walmart, authorities looking for this man 03/19/2019
Man Banned From Walmart Trespasses, Shoplifts over $21 worth of goods: Milford Conn. Police 03/20/2019
Bomb Threat or "Code Blue,” Investigated at Wapakoneta Ohio Walmart 03/20/2019
Walmart will close San Jose Ca. neighborhood market 03/21/2019
Man Tried to Use Dead Homeowner's Check at Asheboro NC Walmart: Sheriff 03/20/2019
Ariz. Walmart to close down an East Valley store 03/20/2019
City, south side Springfield Ill. Walmart close to resolution on improper truck parking 03/20/2019
'Black hair products' locked in anti-theft case at Ca. Walmart 03/20/2019
Ex-priest charged with rape violates house arrest with NM Walmart visits 03/20/2019
Trial set for woman arrested for shoplifting at Iowa Walmart 03/20/2019
Wy. Walmart drops trespassing charges against Marcus 03/20/2019
KPD: P.O. Castillo saves man at NJ Walmart using Narcan 03/20/2019
Man sought in NC Walmart TV larceny 03/20/2019
Layton Utah police seek public's help identifying suspects in jewelry theft from Walmart 03/21/2019
Marana Ariz. Walmart set to close 03/21/2019
Trial delayed until July in Ind. Walmart Sept. 2018 shooting case 03/21/2019
Wyoming Walmart Larceny Suspect Apprehended at Motel 8 03/21/2019
Carrier Mills man gets 3 years for hitting, strangling woman in January in Marion Ill. Walmart parking lot 03/22/2019
Third suspect in Walmart theft ring sentenced in Eau Claire County Minn. 03/22/2019
Suspect exposed himself, urinated on vehicle at Tenn. Walmart, police say 03/22/2019
Police ask for help identifying Nevada Walmart larceny, assault suspect 03/22/2019
Two Deerfield men charged with shoplifting at Mass. Walmart 03/2/2019 NORTHAMPTON – Two Deerfield men were arrested Thursday night at the Walmart on North King Street for stealing baby formula and various other merchandise.
Recognize him? Police seek suspect who stole 55-inch TV from Walmart in Saukville Wisc. 03/25/2019
Police looking for theft suspects accused of stealing from Tx. Walmart 03/24/2019
Woman steals Walmart employee's phone in North Port 03/24/2019
Man arrested after allegedly inappropriately grabbing woman in Ky. Walmart restroom 03/25/2019
Motion: Grand jury not given all info in Alexandria La. Walmart Sept. 2018 shooting 03/25/2019
Inmate who escaped Louisiana jail caught at Memphis Tenn. Walmart 03/26/2019
Woman sentenced in Wisc. Walmart theft ring 03/25/2019
Man Arrested For Selling Drugs Outside Wyoming Walmart 03/26/2019
An Exorcist Comments on Walmart’s Satanic Products 03/25/2019 “Either they are intentionally promoting demonic things, or they are ignorant. Either way, they are responsible for spreading evil.”
Pueblo Colorado Police arrest suspected Walmart bank robber 03/26/2019
Bristol man faces cruelty charges after dumping dog at Torrington Conn. Walmart 03/25/2019
Help Winter Haven Fla. Police Department Identify Walmart Thieves 03/26/2019
Police ask for public's help finding Marshalltown Iowa woman missing for 10 days last seen near Walmart 03/25/2019
2 officers help save child who stopped breathing in Upstate SC Walmart 03/25/2019
Woman charged with theft, "attempting to steal all night" at Tx. Walmart 03/25/2019
Police: Woman tried to take items from Sand Springs Okla. Walmart, obstruct officers 03/25/2019 Employees recovered three items for $19.80, a report states.
Police looking for theft suspects accused of stealing from Tx. Walmart 03/24/2019
CVS, Walmart set to cut back on greeting card shelf space 03/26/2019
Twin Cities woman linked to six-state including Wisc. Minn. Walmart theft spree gets 3 years probation 03/26/2019
BLOTTER: Woman accused of stealing wheelchair from Ill. Wal-Mart 03/26/2019
Enraged Missouri Walmart customer sent to prison 03/26/2019 An Oklahoma man who became enraged at a Walmart store in Joplin and threatened both a customer service associate and a customer with a knife has been sent to prison for two years.
Police release photo of suspect wanted in NY Walmart groping incident 03/27/2019
2 Arrested for Stealing from Grand Traverse County Mich. Walmart 03/26/2019
Bizarre Va. Walmart Incident Leaves Four Charged In Stafford: Police 03/26/2019
Tupelo Mississippi police seek suspect for Walmart theft 03/26/2019
Massachusetts man gets two to five years prison sentences for NH Walmart thefts 03/26/2019
Elkton Md. Walmart shoplifter homicide trial gets underway 03/26/2019 ELKTON — A jury trial is underway for a woman who stands accused of killing one of her alleged shoplifting accomplices in September when she backed over her with a car in the Elkton Walmart parking lot, as they tried to make their getaway.
Walmart will close San Jose Ca. neighborhood market 03/21/2019
Man Steals $1,500 In Baby Formula From Placerville Ca. Walmart, Gets Away Through Fire Exit 03/27/2019
N64 hoodie wearer among trio authorities say stole from Madison Heights Va. Walmart 03/27/2019
Woman suspected of stealing nearly $3,000 in jewelry from NM Walmart 03/27/2019
LCSO: Suspects involved in grand theft scheme at Walmart 03/27/2019
Man Accused of Groping Woman at Hudson Valley NY Walmart 03/28/2019
Stolen WAMO gear returned in Pa. Walmart rendezvous, says station GM 03/27/2019
Man who broke into Moses Lake Wash. Walmart, stole shotgun sentenced to 26 months 03/26/2019
Man Charged With DUI In Tenn. Walmart Parking Lot 03/28/2019
Officers Converge On Roseville Ca. Walmart Parking Lot After Suspect Tried To Pass $100 Bill 03/28/2019
Man gets 25 years for stabbing San Antonio Tx. Walmart employee during shoplifting attempt in July 2018 03/28/2019
Parent looking for child causes false alarm at Walmart on Kirkman Road, Orlando Fla. police say 03/28/2019 Orlando police say no shots fired at Metrowest area Walmart
Scarborough Me. P.D. seek help identifying suspects in Wal-Mart theft 03/28/2019
Police are looking for this man they say stole computers, TV from Ga. Walmart stores 03/28/2019
Washington Township Pa. to bill Walmart for its trash 03/28/2019
Parents of teen killed Nov. 2018 in NC Walmart shooting devastated after charges dropped 03/28/2019
Man Foiled in Attempt to Steal Electronics from Cheyenne Wyoming Walmart 03/28/2019
Walmart Neighborhood Market in Morristown Tenn. to close in April 03/29/2019
Columbus Nebraska's Walmart celebrates remodel 03/29/2019
Two Arrested In Connection To Mich. Walmart Thefts 03/29/2019
Students break out of school to head to Mich. Walmart 03/2/2019
Abilene Tx. police release surveillance photos of 2 women wanted for shoplifting at Walmart 03/29/2019
Death of a SuperCenter: Shuttered Walmart joins retail graveyard on Lafayette La.'s north side; leaders seeking alternatives 03/29/2019
Stolen license plate leads to arrest of Bonnybrook woman at Fla. Wal-Mart 03/30/2019
Banned from NY Walmart, Niagara Falls man arrested after he returns 03/31/2019
Man wanted for taking money from another Walmart customer in Kitty Hawk NC 03/31/2019
Police: Perfume, cologne, fishing gear taken in reported Ohio Walmart theft 03/31/2019