Wednesday, May 1, 2019
Walmart Crime Report April 2019
Walmart had at least eleven shootings in April, with five of them fatal, but two of them didn't take place on the premises. One was of two Walmart workers that were shot and killed shortly after leaving work; and the other one involved someone that claimed he was asked to kill a suicidal person in a park nearby then brought her to Walmart and called it in. One of the other fatal shootings was an officer involved shooting where a suspect with a knife was killed; the other was a civilian murdered. One of the non-fatal shootings at the beginning of the month, in Ohio, was in the same city that had another shooting just a few days earlier in March, although I'm not sure it's the same exact store. There were also several injuries resulting from the shootings.
There was also a shooting early on May 1, although this one doesn't appear to be on the premises, but the victim went to a nearby Walmart immediately afterward where she was found injured. This is the first time that they've ever had more than ten shootings for six consecutive months, although two of this months shootings were,' on the premises, but they either brought the body to Walmart or were two Walmart workers killed shortly after leaving Walmart, and it's the highest total number of shootings ever for a six month period, with one of those months, December, breaking the all time record with at least twenty, probably more shootings. Even if you don't count April, with two shootings off the premises, the five consecutive months with at least eleven shootings each would be a record as well.
There were more than half a dozen additional gun related crimes including several road rage incident, one with an off-duty cop pointing a gun at someone after he confronted him for cutting him off, a kidnapping and several armed robberies. In addition to the five people killed in shootings there were at least five more people who died, one as a result of an assault, three bodies found on the premises, and one person was killed on the highway in an accident that involved a Walmart semi-trailer.
These dead bodies show up every month, they often say there's no foul play, and move on; no need to figure out why or how to prevent it, they're usually poor people, and addressing their concerns might not increase profits for wealthy people.
Another video shows a cop slapping a handcuffed suspect while he was being detained at Walmart's interrogation room. Yea apparently many of them have interrogation rooms for suspected shoplifters. Cops usually don't face serious consequences for this; but when they rob Walmart, which another cop did this month they're prosecuted. It's different when the victim is a powerful corporation.
A Walmart Florida shopper that was accused of stealing, but there was no video to prove it was banned by Walmart, without evidence, is suing Walmart; the police don't seem to think they did anything but they're following orders, which is what people do when they work for Walmart, or is it the state, either I get confused about that or maybe they're the ones confused.
An investigation showed that drug addicts are being forced to work without pay in Louisiana and Texas as part of what they call "rehabilitation" often doing work for Exxon, Shell or Walmart. Inigo Montoya might say "I don't think that word means what you think that word means." I'm not sure the executives are too concerned, this isn't entirely new, and there's little or no chance that they're working directly for Exxon Shell or Walmart. By now they have this down to a routine and hire contractors for this kind of work, and when they get caught they put the blame on the contractors.
They're like the Corleone family, they have a lot of "buffers," and corporations that donate to political campaigns aren't accountable to the same laws the rest of us are accountable to.
At least three people were convicted for shootings or murders, one of them was only a month before which should raise major doubts about how thorough the investigation was or if they considered mitigating circumstances, but he probably wasn't rich enough to afford a high priced lawyer. The police went on a shoplifting "sting" in Florida catching 39 people; I guess they let them get away with it for long periods of time then work with Walmart to catch a lot at once to use as an example. With corporations working so close together with the government, it often appears as if they far more concerned with maximizing profits, that with looking out for the best interests of the majority by recognizing causes of high crime and preventing them.
Some of the causes are incredibly easy to recognize, they cut so many corners on employees and design the store so it's incredibly easy to walk out with entire carts full of merchandise, that it should be incredibly obvious example of entrapment, then on top of that they carry out enormous amounts of union busting activities that anger people, both workers and customers, but since most of this is done in secret they don't know why the service is so bad or that it's partly a result of union busting.
There were only three stabbings, assuming there weren't many more that didn't show up in searches, but there were at least a dozen crashes, chases, carjackings, hit and runs and who knows how many minor fender benders which are almost never widely reported. It's been a while since anyone drove a car or truck through the entrance and down the aisles, so it was overdue, and one crashed through the entrance this month and a motorcycle drove down the aisle in a separate incident, claiming he has a bomb.
They practically never have bombs.
The media often makes it sound like there's a great threat from bombs, but they're almost all false alarms, and on the few occasions where there is a device considered a bomb it's usually incompetent and harmless, but they create a lot of scares anyway. Police and management at Walmart have to know this, so do the media, assuming they want to know it, but they don't let the public know. I suppose one real bomb could quickly change statistics, but Walmart has been getting over a hundred deaths annually for at least the last few years, and none of them are from bombs.
If bombs were as easy to make as the media often implies, Walmart would be blowing up just about every week, but as it is saying they have a bomb is much easier and they must get them on average at least one a day somewhere int the country.
Walmart had at least half a dozen fires this month including a couple vehicle fires, most if not all the others were arson. there was also a report about three arsons in previous months that didn't turn up in searches which raises doubts about how well the media is reporting on Walmart's crime problems. There have been many hints indicating that Walmart is using their political and legal clout to try to minimize coverage of their crime problems over the years. One time, back in the nineties, they threatened a customer with legal action if he told anyone about his stolen car which was taken by an employee who was supposed to service it. Walmart initially refuse to take responsibility for it, but after it was reported in the media they had to; this story was also told in "In Sam We Trust," by Bob Ortega; now Walmart knows how to be more subtle, assuming they are trying to suppress reports about their crime problems.
There were also the usual amount of assaults, purse snatching, various other scams including counterfeit bills, mace attacks, bomb threats, walking out with entire shopping carts full of merchandise etc. One Walmart worker gave a co-worker a Marijuana cookie making her sick.
Walmart had at least three major recalls this month, including one for another salmonella outbreak, which didn't kill anyone that I know of but did make many people sick, a recall on Chips Ahoy!, which was supposedly "voluntary" as a precautionary measure; however this is misleading. Large corporations have been lobbying to reduce accountability for decades, and the government usually doesn't have the authority to demand a recall. Even though they claim it was a minor incident done only as a precaution, they're not required to tell the truth by law and routinely withhold information about serious problems. If they recalled it they probably thought they ahd good reason. one of several researchers on this is Eric Schlosser who wrote about it in "Fast Food Nation: The Dark Side of the All-American Meal" which focused primarily on fast food like McDonald's but a lot of it applies to Walmart as well.
They also recalled nearly 700,000 rocking sleepers after five infants died using them, this followed another recall, within the past few months, that killed over thirty infants. If there were any lawsuits about these deaths they would include non-disclosure agreements, so we don't have the right to know if they're taking precautions to make sure it doesn't happen again. These non-disclosure agreements also enable corporations to settle with people that can't afford good lawyers for much less money, sicne they won't know how often incidents happen or what other people get in lawsuits. Lawyers, lobbyists, corporate executives all like these agreements since they help increase profits. the vast majority of the public don't complain about them, because they don't know what's being hidden from them.
Do you want to be the next one to fly on an automated Boeing 737 MAX? How about an autonomous car? how about being a pedestrian when one is driving by? Walmart is bringing them to Arkansas, they've already been to Arizona and a few other states, but so far only =on a small basis and only a handful of people have been killed by them; I have no idea how many more will be killed if Walmart expands them rapidly. Any decent corporation would be very cautious about this.
This automation isn't limited to cars there are growing examples where they no longer have any cashiers and all people have to use self-check out lanes, although when enough people complain they put out more cashiers, for now. And, they're increasing use of robots and artificial intelligence for all kinds of things including spying on people in the parking lots, finding out how fresh the fruit is, keeping track of inventory, and much more.
Despite some rumors Walmart hasn't claimed they've been taking advantage of advanced technology shared with many corporations over the past seventy years from reverse engineering of crashed vehicles from aliens.
Doug McMillon is making $23.6M, which is probably about 900 times as much as the average Walmart worker, and four more top executives are making an average of over $11M each which is more than 400 times the average worker. they continue relying on union busting to increase their profits and don't spend this money to reduce crime by hiring more workers to watch the stores so it's not a massive invitation for theft. Income inequality and poverty ale also major contributing factors to crime, but lobbyists executives, and politicians aren't too concerned about that, although the politicians pretend to care during election season.
They also don't spend any of that money on things like "an AED" whatever that is; but a nurse who saved a life, despite the lack of this, seems to think it should be a no-brainer.
False advertising is part of an old routine for Walmart, it's been a little while since they've been caught falsely claiming products were made in the USA, but they got caught misleading customers with over-sized boxes, claiming that a professional wrestler would be visiting their store, and one media pundit has doubts about their claim “Save money. Live better.,” as a result of a lawsuit to lower the tax assessment since their store is only useful as a big-box store not for any other use. Some communities bought this argument but not in Maine, at least not yet. a simple obvious rebuttal is that if they leave the community would be stuck with the blight left behind by empty stores, as Stacy Mitchell reports. This should be a good reason for communities to demand that they have an exit plan before allowing them to build, and without that exit plan it should be good enough reason to deny them the tax break.
These tax breaks are part of what enabled them to wipe out small businesses that weren't getting them, and also have less crime. Which means that many communities are subsidizing high crime with tax breaks to Walmart. Raytown Missouri is one of the worst towns hit by these incredibly bad deals that were probably made by corrupt politicians, where they're facing massive budget cuts as a result and can't afford the police to take care of Walmart's high crime problems.
Walmart routinely uses their marketing clout and connections with the media to use them as their own public relations arm; they put out stories about renovations in stores all over the country which came out within hours of each other, this is now standard operating procedure, and often even includes ads disguised as news stories. They're also using marketing power to decide which doctors employees can use to cut costs on health care, little research is done to find out how it impacts quality; and they're pressuring suppliers to ditch Amazon, which should be a clear antitrust violation but it's not nearly as bad as what tehy do to smaller businesses ensuring that the large oligarchs can divide up the market, instead of a competitive market.
Additional oligarchy practices include influencing what we watch on TV, taking over the beef supply, increasing profits from deceptive ads, dominating child's clothing, and allowing food stamp recipients to order online, which will add to advantages over small stores wiping out even more competition, with help from the government that is supposed to enforce antitrust laws. but in the UK they're standing up to at least one sale of an Asda Unit to Competitor.
Pontiac pensioners managed to win a lawsuit against them, at least for now; and they worked out deals with optometrists to open operations in their stores, although there's little reporting on if consumer rights are being protected; and their feud with Jeff Bezos led to them saying "How about paying your taxes?" after he challenged them to pay higher wages, without noticing that both the pot and kettle are black.
Walmart still has more outraged greeters including one that made financial plans just before they decided to let him go with virtually no notice; other workers are accusing them of racial bias; and the FDA is threatening them for selling tobacco to minors. They're going to trial with a teen for refusing to sell him a gun, no word on if they intend to stall this until he's old enough to buy it under their new policies.
They had another hazardous waste problem in one store; and locked a women in after closing without checking in another.
They have no shortage of strange events including a man dancing on cars without shoes, while on heroin; another person helped distract the cashiers after they got suspicious when his friend was stealing thousands by dancing; and a women going to several stores trashing them throwing things around, before leaving quickly. No word on whether she's outraged by service or some other reason, not that they're likely to report that, especially if it makes Walmart look bad.
A mother and son with there dog created an panic in Wisconsin when she started practicing karate on them while her son and dog ran around naked.
Employees told some of their favorite stories to a news reporter. Over the years there have been dozens of stories where customers have claimed to find rock in their packages instead of merchandise, some might have wondered if they were making this up; but one of these stories is about a manager selling jewelry to her friends and replacing the empty boxes with rocks in them decided to start throwing jewelry at customers, when it looked like she was going to get caught. Someone from Target also told a strange story about a person that "took a dump in a kid training toilet, boxed it back up, and replaced it on the shelf." a few months ago the same thing happened at Walmart in the auto repair shop in the bucket of rags; I'm glad I'm not the one assigned to investigate the video to catch that guy.
And of course, alligators and geese just might want to do their share of shopping too, at least the alligators don't attack people though.
Strange things happen at Walmart!
In 2006 Wake Up Walmart did a study, "Is Walmart Safe?" based on incidents in 2004, (PDF) about crime at Walmart which showed that it increased when Walmarts opened up and that crime was higher at Walmart than at other retailers. Since then Walmart Shootings began compiling a list of gun related incidents at Walmart and demonstrated that they have a large number of them, including on average more than one shooting per week somewhere in the country; now after counting them for several years that average is over two per week. In January of 2014 another study, "Rolling Back Prices and Raising Crime Rates?" provided additional statistical research indicating that Walmart might be contributing to higher crime rates or at least a slowing of the decline in crime. The study found that. “on average, communities with Walmarts had 17 more property crimes and two more violent crimes per 10,000 people than those communities without Walmarts.” I reviewed this more in Walmart’s crime problem, Rolling Back Safety more than prices? where I explained that although this study is helpful they could have done better with additional data that is available and I reviewed some of that. I also added my own review about why I think that Walmart policies have been contributing to higher crime in a previous blog, Walmart high crime rate continues un-investigaterd and have provided additional information under the author tag Walmart Crime Watch.
Stacy Mitchell has also compiled a list of other studies about Walmart and how they impact society, Key Studies on Big-Box Retail & Independent Business. To the best of my knowledge Walmart has done as little as they seem to get away with, often relying on rhetoric that isn't backed up with action, when it comes to addressing any of their critics concerns, including crime. One of the responses they’ve come up with is what they call "Restorative Justice" which gives first time shoplifters a chance to avoid being arrested or any criminal record if they take an on line course which costs $400 up front or $500 in payments, plus perhaps, reparations. This has been part of the privatization process and often denies suspects of the due process or access to a lawyer, perhaps even intimidating and extorting from some people that might not even be guilty. Walmart seems to be trying to find a way to turn crime into a profit making situation instead of looking for the most effective ways to reduce it. Making Change at Walmart is asking If you or someone you know has gone through @Walmart's "Restorative Justice" program for first-time suspected shoplifters, send us a DM. 03/30/2017 to ensure that it isn’t doing more harm than good. I did my own review of this program as well at Walmart’s “Restorative Justice” Endangers Public Without Reducing Crime. The following are a list of incidents that occurred in April 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.
Three petit larceny arrests at Queensbury Walmart 04/01/2019
Man charged with indecent exposure outside SD Walmart 04/01/2019
Police: Man Stole Almost $1,000 Worth Of Items From Pa. Walmart 04/01/2019
Letter: Walmart employees are friendly folks 04/01/2019 Usually true; but, this is obvious fluff supporting an oligarchy.
North Port woman in custody after stealing an employee’s phone at Fla. Walmart 04/01/2019
Person of interest in I-75 standoff, Ga. Walmart robbery, last week, named 04/01/2019
Police: Man tries to take items from Okla. Walmart, flee police 04/01/2019
Thomson Ga. Walmart cash register theft 04/01/2019
5 Arrests made at Boardman Ohio Walmart over the weekend 04/01/2019
Florida woman accused of directing 11-year-old daughter to steal from Walmart 04/02/2019
Marietta Ga. police release surveillance photos of Walmart armed robbery suspect 04/02/2019 Days after a traffic stop connected to an armed robbery at a Walmart turned into an hours-long SWAT standoff on I-75 in Cobb County, Marietta police have released photos of the person they say triggered the entire incident.
Employee at Wal-Mart at Buffalo Ridge Fla. arrested in alleged theft of merchandise 04/02/2019
Father of six shot by stranger outside Queen Creek Ariz. Walmart last month says he 'doesn't hold a grudge' 04/02/2019
Walmart shoplifting arrests in Spring Tx. lead to heroin charges 04/02/2019
Winona Minn. police find meth, cash on Wisconsin man found unconscious in Walmart parking lot 04/02/2019
Redbird Tx. Area Walmart Supercenter Set To Shut Down Within Weeks 04/03/2019
Leland NC police looking for man in connection to Walmart thefts 04/04/2019
Stolen Credit Card Used at Tenn. Walmart from Jerry Erwin Park Burglary 04/0/2019
Man wounded in Hobart Ind. Walmart shootout last Sept. charged with possession of cocaine, marijuana 04/03/2019
New York man involved in 2016 ‘shoot-out’ outside Augusta Me. Walmart sentenced on federal drug conspiracy charge 04/04/2019
Warwick RI police say man walked out of Walmart with 2 computers 04/04/2019
Two duos tried to steal TVs from a SC Walmart — deputies say one was successful 04/04/2019
Walmart closing unprofitable Dallas Tx. store 04/04/2019
Police searching for a man who allegedly groped 10-year-old girl at Avondale Ariz. Walmart 04/04/2019
Police: Gun, knife pulled during fight about shopping cart at Gettysburg Pa. Walmart 04/04/2019
Pittsburgh Pa. man sought in connection with Walmart theft 04/04/2019
New evidence released in Kimberly Kessler case involving missing Nassau County mom Joleen Cummings 04/05/2019 Police say, they found more than $1,600 in cash, a Bible, black gorilla tape, eight journals and religious booklets. There was also a passport under the alias "Jennifer Sybert." Investigators say Kessler previously used 18 different names. There is also new video of Kessler appearing to buy an electric knife, trash bags, gloves and ammonia at a Walmart.
Man charged with lewd conduct outside Walmart in North Attleboro Mass. last August given probation 04/04/2019
Pair arrested in Cass County after Jamestown ND Walmart theft 04/04/2019
Two arrested in Seaboard St. SC Walmart parking lot following undercover drug operation 04/04/2019
Suspect wanted in Denison Tx. Walmart theft 04/04/2019
Police Seek Help To Identify 2 Women And Man After Tx. Walmart Theft 04/05/2019
Police: ID Needed For Suspect Who Stole Pa. Walmart Customer’s Cash 04/0/2019
Cash confusion scam: Thief targets Wisc. Walmart 04/05/2019
Oberlin Ohio police looking for Walmart theft suspects 04/06/2019
Serial Walmart shoplifter has hit the South Milwaukee Wisc. store six times, police say 04/05/2019
Traffic accident reported on Telegraph near Mich. Walmart 04/05/2019
2 Men Caught Stealing Samsung Galaxy Tablets at Sebastian Fla. Walmart 04/06/2019
Big-hearted Walmart employee pays for Gardner Mass. mom’s car repair 04/06/2019
Police in Ennis Tx. Seek Alleged Serial Walmart Thief 04/07/2019
Who is this? Cops look for scarf- and hoodie-wearing Pa. Walmart theft suspect 04/07/2019
Father, son arrested in Polk County after stealing bike from Fla. Walmart then attempting to return it 04/06/2019 .... Fowler Sr. was able to return the bike for a $179.76 Walmart gift card. He immediately used the card to buy a pack of cigarettes and a lighter, the sheriff's office says. When he exited the store, he was approached by law enforcement.
Tornado damage in Alabama update: Latest pictures, video; Guntersville Walmart damaged 04/08/2019
Police looking to ID man wanted for stealing from Va. Walmart's 04/08/2019
Woman caught gleefully shoplifting from Ohio Walmart 04/08/2019
Police: Woman used Tenn. Walmart scooter to drive to Waffle House 04/09/2019
Walmart now accepting ‘Open Call’ applications 04/08/2019 Open Call is a two-day event happening in June of this year where entrepreneurs can meet face-to-face with Walmart buyers for a chance to sell their American-made products. The June 2018 event saw more than 350 businesses meet with buyers; participants traveled from 46 states to attend the event at Walmart’s Home Office campus in Bentonville, Arkansas.
Eureka Missouri Police investigate theft of two drones from Walmart 04/09/2019
3 Men Stole $5K Worth Of Electronics From Walmart: Naugatuck Conn. PD 04/09/2019
Oklahoma man arrested after allegedly trying to hide propane tank down his pants at Walmart 04/09/2019
New York man sentenced in 2016 Augusta Me. Walmart confrontation 04/09/2019
Man swipes $3K worth of baby formula from Florida Walmart: police 04/09/2019
Armed robber sought after crashing stolen car near Casselberry Fla. Walmart, police say 04/10/2019
Starkville Mississippi police evacuate Walmart after bomb threat 04/09/2019
Suspect in robbery of Dauphin County Pa. Walmart arrested: police 04/09/2019
Two women don't pay for items at Pa. Walmart 04/09/2019
Police: Man wanted for using $300 in counterfeit money at NC Walmart 04/09/2019
Craig Colorado Walmart parking lot pole stalwart in collision with car: On the Record — April 8 04/09/2019
'Give me the wallet' | Woman follows suspect accused of taking money at Walmart The victim's girlfriend filmed the person Clearwater Fla. police say is the suspect. 04/10/2019
Walmart will sell 98¢ reusable bags at checkout carousels to cut down on plastic 04/10/2019
Stolen Concord daycare van found at nearby Ca. Walmart 04/10/2019
Police: Woman stole items from NY Walmart, bit employee 04/11/2019
'Walmart Wendy' filmed calling Ca. police on city worker she claims looks 'illegal' and 'creepy' 04/11/2019
Owensboro Ky. PD looking Walmart thefts suspects; Wanted Wednesday 04/1/2019
Va. Walmart Counterfeiter Sought In Stafford: Police 04/10/2019
Rincon Ga. Police seek help finding Walmart theft suspects 04/11/2019
Halfmoon woman charged in NY Walmart burglary 04/11/2019
'All clear' given after police investigate bomb threat at Del City Okla. Walmart 04/11/2019
Men took $14,000 worth of cigarettes from Fla. Walmart, Fort Myers police say 04/11/2019
Walmart outside Bakersfield Ca. limits charging customers city sales tax rate 04/11/2019
Police: Ohio Walmart parking lot skirmish including pry bar, glass cleaner leads to citations 04/11/2019
Woman steals items from WV Walmart by disguising them as diaper genie, potty seat 04/12/2019
Two women wanted for stealing a pink pony and cosmetics from Va. Walmart 04/11/2019
Walmart receipt helped nab teen suspects in ‘chemical bomb’ attack on Arvada Colorado officer 04/11/2019
Man steals TV from Yorktown Walmart and assaults employee 04/12/2019
Attempted shoplifter charged with assault for pepper spraying S. Austin Tx. Walmart employees 04/12/2019
Woman wanted for robbery and disorderly conduct at Pa. Walmart 04/12/2019
Person struck by vehicle near SC Walmart on Sunset Blvd., Lexington PD says 04/13/2019
Man used phone to ‘upskirt’ female shopper at Cobb Ga. Walmart, police say 04/12/2019
UPDATE: Police identify man photographed in connection with $1,900 Ind. Walmart thefts 04/12/2019
Homeless man accused of stealing 3 computers, men’s clothing from Walmart in Manheim Township Pa. 04/12/2019 A homeless man is accused of stealing goods totaling more than $1,200 from Walmart in December and February.
Police investigate bomb threat at West Michigan Walmart 04/14/2019
Six TVs stolen from Arnold Missouri Walmart 04/15/2019
Accused Iowa Walmart thieves plead not guilty 04/13/2019
2 suspects sought for using stolen credit card at Va. Walmart 04/15/2019
Police search for man wanted for stealing cell phones from a Camdenton, Missouri Walmart 04/15/2019
Deputies: Walmart shoplifting suspect caught hiding in vacant west Macon Ga. house 04/15/2019
Police: Two females caught on camera stealing iPhone XR from Walmart in North Port Fla. 04/15/2019
Prosecutors: Man accused in thefts at Wisc. Walmart, Meijer, Home Depot may be responsible for 23 others 04/15/2019
Troy Alabama police looking for suspect in Walmart robbery 04/15/2019
Suspect in motorized shopping cart steals shopper's wallet from floor of Florida Walmart, police say 04/16/2019
Homeless Bradenton Fla. woman loves the choice she has made. You may have seen her at Walmart 04/16/2019
Lexington Police searching suspects who stole $600 display watch from Lexington SC Walmart on Sunset Blvd 04/16/2019
Walmart customer who lost envelope with $2,500 in store reunited with cash thanks to good Samaritan, N.J. cops 04/17/2019
Women shoppers arrested for shoplifting at Walmart: Brooklyn Ohio Police Blotter 04/17/2019
North Little Rock Arkansas woman faces robbery, theft charges after attack at Walmart 04/16/2019
Beloit and Belvidere Ill. Police look for Walmart thieves 04/16/2019
Man accused of struggling with officers after refusing to show receipt to Ohio Walmart greeter 04/17/2019
Sheriff: 2 wanted for stealing underwear, Doritos, right foot socks from Va. Walmart 04/18/2019
Man robs Walmart Neighborhood Market in Visalia, Ca. doesn't get far 04/18/2019 Verissimo says rejection didn't stop the suspected thief, who police described as homeless. .... He settled for a $7 pack of cigarettes that police say Keanche stole when he went behind the counter. He then walked outside.
Colorado Walmart shoplifter slips police for now: On the Record 04/18/2019
REPORT: Escambia man attempts to steal 50-inch TV from Fla. Walmart 04/17/2019
Vermont man accused in $200K Walmart embezzlement to pay $75K 04/17/2019
Walmart Closes Store in Dallas Tx. Redbird Neighborhood 04/19/2019
Lexington SC Police identify brothers who shoplifted over $4000 worth of items from Walmart on Sunset Blvd 04/18/2019
Maysville couple accused of Walmart assault last month in Swansboro NC 04/18/2019
Man involved in 2017 Cape Girardeau Missouri Walmart carjacking sentenced 04/18/2019
Tallahassee Fla. PD searching for suspect connected to Walmart battery 04/18/2019
Theft at Crockett Tx. Walmart 04/18/2019
Police searching for man who stole nearly $2000 worth of cigarettes from SC Walmart 04/1/2019
Family remembers Kaviaun Nelson, killed in Nebraska Walmart shooting, one year later 04/18/2019
Walmart, Va. police replace man's stolen bike 04/19/2019
Police say incident in Okla. Walmart bathroom was a misunderstanding 04/19/2019 We verified that he was in fact a plumber whom Walmart had contracted to fix a toilet located in that bathroom.
Suspects accused of trying to return broken TVs at Ky. Walmarts 04/19/2019
Man charged with crashing pickup through San Angelo Tx. Walmart last June officially indicted 04/19/2019
Shoplifters hit WV Walmart 14 times in 3 days 04/19/2019
Babysitter who left infant unattended in Delaware Walmart parking lot arrested: Police 04/17/2019
Police: Mother leaves infant in car in NY WalMart parking lot 04/22/2019
Suspects caught with printer after using fake money at Fla. Walmart 04/20/2019
Police: Suspects stole $4,200 from RI Walmart register 04/22/2019
Police roundup: Two arrested in connection to WV Walmart unarmed robbery 04/22/2019
Three Men Caught on Camera Stealing Thousands From Pa. Walmarts in Two-County Spree 04/23/2019
Have you seen Faith Kepner? Police search for woman last seen at St. Cloud Fla. Walmart 04/23/2019
Route 59 Walmart Busts Shoplifter, Joliet Ill. Police Say 04/22/2019
Pair sought in robbery of Walmart employee in Caernarvon Pa. 04/22/2019
Deputies searching for suspects who used counterfeit money at Crawfordville Fla. Walmart 04/23/2019
Police: Woman steals more than $1,100 in goods from Ill. Walmart, flees in Mercedes 04/2/2019
Help officers ID NC Walmart theft suspect in Forest City 04/22/2019
Suspects sought for shoplifting at Grovetown Ga. Walmart 04/22/2019
Metro Animal Care & Control looking for person who left kittens to die in Tenn. Walmart parking lot 04/23/2019
3 men sought in series of Pa. Walmart thefts 04/24/2019
Police looking for Benner Pike Pa. Walmart theft suspect 04/23/2019
Police: Man took money from Pa. Walmart self-checkout 04/2/2019
Woman alleges wallet stolen at Mich. Walmart 04/23/2019
Safe found near Mass. Walmart traced to Worcester storage facility thefts 04/24/2019
Md. Walmart freeloader remains at large, caught on camera 04/24/2019
Springfield Ohio Police seek person of interest in Walmart theft 04/24/2019
Southport NC police searching for suspects in Walmart larceny 04/23/2019
Police: man runs out of RI Walmart with unpaid television, air conditioner 04/24/2019 The man took a cart with an air conditioner, a television, and an air compressor said the Warwick Police Department.
SD Walmart employee accused of 'under ringing' items, charged with grand theft 04/24/2019
Vermont Walmart surveillance catches suspects passing counterfeit bills 04/25/2019
Escapee, woman arrested at Gardendale Alabama Walmart 04/24/2019
3 men sought in series of Pa. Walmart thefts 04/24/2019
Police investigating incident at Mattoon Ill. Walmart 04/25/2019
Two wanted in armed robbery at south side Tucson Ariz. Walmart in March 04/25/2019
Officers: Alabama man goes on two-day theft spree at Bainbridge Ga. Walmart 04/25/2019
Lexington SC PD searching for woman accused of shoplifting items from Walmart 04/25/2019
Crime Stoppers: The Ind. Walmart purse snatcher 04/25/2019
Paris Tx. police identify suspect in Walmart purse theft 04/25/2019
Felon Arrested for Firearm in Minn. Walmart Parking Lot 04/25/2019
Florida man accused of trying to steal $4K worth of stuff from Walmart blamed diabetes, deputies say 04/26/2019 Investigators say he told them his blood sugar and diabetes mean he does not always know what he's doing.
Pa. Walmart Theft Suspects Named 04/2/2019
Burglars strike at Planet Fitness, shop at Fla. Walmart: Sheriff 04/26/2019
Woman accused of shoplifting items from Lexington SC Walmart arrested, deputies say 04/26/2019
Walmart must stop trucks from using Weeks Road in Queensbury NY 04/244/2019
Gordon man arrested in Bainbridge Ga. after ‘2-day crime spree’ at Walmart 04/25/2019
Hamburg NY Police looking for individual in quick change scam at Walmart 04/26/2019
Police find parents of toddler seen wandering in front of a Phoenix Ariz. Walmart 04/28/2019
Retail Roundup: Yaphank NY Walmart backtracks on 24-hour LI store 04/29/2019
Naugatuck Conn. police searching for alleged Walmart shoplifter 04/29/2019
On The Lookout: Woman stole $1,300 from Walmart in Rome NY 04/28/2019
Man found guilty of second-degree murder in April 2018 Omaha Nebraska Walmart shooting 04/29/2019
Salem Oregon man gets 30 years in prison for June Walmart parking lot shooting 04/29/2019 An employee told police Borrego and a woman — later identified as Natali Tavizon — stole several items from the store, including a vacuum valued at $171.
Man robs Gretna Nebraska Walmart using sleight of hand 04/29/2019
Troopers look to identify woman accused of keying car at Unity Pa. Walmart 04/29/2019
Couple sought for shoplifting Red Bull at Fla. Walmart: Police 04/30/2019
JBC Airmen shown riding scooters in Charleston SC-area Walmart, base officials respond 04/30/2019
Woman created multiple IDs to return items to TX. Walmart, warrant says 04/30/2019
Two men, woman wanted after dropped credit card used in Prattville Alabama Walmart 04/30/2019
Police investigating after woman found shot outside Hartsville SC Walmart 05/01/2019