Walmart had at least another eleven shootings, including two at Sam's Club, last month killing at least five and injuring about as many. One of them made the national news, although it only got a modest amount of time, which is more than they usually get. This one was a shooting by a disgruntled employee killing two co-workers including one manager. CBS only provided about 30 seconds on the evening after this happened; in the same broad cast they provided almost as much time in a follow up to the Gilroy shooting several days earlier, and more time on another follow up story about the rapper that was arrested in Italy. They provide obsession coverage about a small number of stories while ignoring almost all others, including another shooting at a Walmart in Arkansas that happened the same day and one two days earlier killing another person in Maine, or another two fatal shootings earlier in the month.
On the internet there was much more coverage, although they don't reach most people; including one report about the FBI claiming this was the fifth active shooter on their list since 2000. This criteria is very limited; Walmart had over 100 shootings for each of the last three years; going back to 2000 will add up to well over a thousand shootings. Most of these weren't classified as "active shootings," since many include accidents, suicides or shootings that ended quickly; however there were also many more false alarms, including a few caused by police, one of which was started when they used flash bang grenades at a Colorado Walmart a couple months ago. No explanation has been given for that, that I know if.
The media has reported much more extensively in the past when the Post office had a series of employee shootings leading to the phrase "Going Postal" giving many people the impression that Postal workers are more violent than other workers. However, despite the unfortunate reputation gained by the US Postal Service as a result of these murders, statistics measured over the longer term show that the service is no more stressful than other comparable occupations and the number of incidents of workplace rage no worse than other forms of employment. The total number of deaths is clearly higher at Walmart with more than a hundred people dying for one reason or another, each of the last several year, many of them from the shootings. Going back over the same time period, if you limit the deaths to those caused by co workers, even though there are few if any with the highest body count at the Post Office, which was fourteen, there were almost certainly more people killed by Walmart co-workers, although I only have data gong back about six years, with a handful going back farther and it's not organized enough to know for sure.
A few years ago a employee was arrested after threatening to blow the place up in Reno and shoot it a year up after another employee did go on a shooting spree and this month a "man claiming to be a disgruntled former Walmart worker called in a bomb threat to the Salisbury (NC) store."
A USA local affiliate reported Evanoff: How do we tame episodes of workplace violence, like we saw at Southaven Walmart? 07/31/2019 this article doesn't even discuss the activities that lead up to the shooting, including an argument about who moved some merchandise, or tried to figure out if the pressure employees, including union busting, are putting on workers might be a contributing cause of the problem. They seem to consider gun control, which might be a reasonable part of the solution, and repeat recommendations that "If you see something say something," but Walmart is famous for suppressing worker complaints about working conditions.
If they had looked through a long history of past incidents they would have found many more cases where there is some indication that pressure from management or union busting might be a contributing factor. When there are potential signs of this they almost certainly don't get reported in the news, one of the most obvious case was the arrest of someone that shot up the Reno Nevada store which was followed up by another disgruntled worker making a bomb threat, but there may be many more; although the signs might be very subtle and in some cases depending on the biases of the people interpreting it they could be either dismissed when they might be legitimate concerns or blown out of proportion when they aren't. But in order to know they need to eliminate or minimize pressure to cover up union busting or oppressive working environments to increase profits at the risk of safety, to increase profits.
There were also at least another nine or so other gun related crimes, including several robberies, road rage incidents, two of which involved a person impersonating a police officer; at least one of these people claimed to have been a former police officer although they didn't confirm it, and the other might have had ties to police as well, but there was little follow up on that either.
There was one more death as a result of a car accident at Walmart, and six more bodies found in their parking lots or in the woods nearby. this is a growing trend and there's little or no effort to understand why, although there's little or no doubt that most of them are poor people often homeless or drug addicted, which is a sign of a decaying society, with one exception this month a twenty-year-old girl was found at one of their parking lots with no follow up as to why, but this one spread many rumors in the area which the police say are mostly false. This comes to a total of twelve dead at Walmart last month.
There was another death near by in a fatal hit-and-run; and two separate murders in Ohio, that both resulted in dramatic arrests in Connecticut and West Virginia, which is a very unusual coincidence, although it may not be the only coincidence this month.
Albuquerque NM adds to the long list of cities that are reporting that Walmart is among their worst crime hotpots, with six Walmarts and two malls listed as the eight most popular places for crime there. This is routine throughout the country, although it's only reported on low profile locations without mentioning that the pattern repeats itself over and over again, yet many people figure it out despite medias refusal to report on it. Their high crime problem has led to increasingly authoritarian practices, including treating all shoppers like they're guilty until proven innocent with growing policies of asking for receipts even if people head straight from the register to their cars.
They've also had at least three attempts to kidnap children from their stores last month, several brawls, an employee recording a boy in the bathroom, and a wife of the mayor getting off easy for shoplifting.
I have no doubt that lots of employees might be willing to talk more about what they know about their high crime problems; however they're under pressure from management to keep silent about anything that harms their reputation even firing someone for posting corporate documents on Reddit recently, which backfired and led to many more workers posting union memes, some openly but most anonymously; presumably additional people getting fired will become martyrs, but in most cases they probably won't be reported as widely as this person was. Ironically the documents outline their "Great Workplace Program" (GWP) which seems to mean that they must call it a "great workplace" or else risk losing their job!
There were close to two dozen major crashes, hit and runs, police chases, carjackings, stolen cars, and other automobile incidents including a fire, and a man trying to deflate a cops care at Walmart; this doesn't count small fender benders which almost never make the news. They only had about five knife related crime reported including at least one stabbing and several threats or robberies, which would have been on the high side a few years ago, but not now. Arson and fires are also down with only about four of them, which would have also been above average a few years ago but no longer.
In another unusual coincidence both Kentucky and Georgia Walmarts had escaped inmates captured at Walmart. Other crimes include assaults, thefts by suspects posing as police or employees, robberies, and a boy who was charged with mixing chemicals to cause a hazardous waste situation at Walmart. their gift cards were compromised again, which seems to happen every few months if not more often.
Large thefts from Walmart have always been routine; but robberies adding up to over twelve or ninety thousand dollars are also becoming more common place especially thanks to high priced items like iPhones which are being stolen in large volumes.
A man was arrested for burning a flag as part of a protest, although it wasn't articulated well in the media and they found another charge to press against him that isn't related to speech; and they also tracked undocumented immigrants to Walmart where they made mass arrests, but as usual they look the other way at the corporations that provide demand for workers that are willing to do menial tasks without protection from abusive tactics so they can drive down wages for the working class. the people that profit off of human trafficking are millionaires or billionaires but the ones taking the blame are the victims.
Walmart had another five recalls this month, including eye drops, hamburger and hot dog rolls, protein bars, taco seasoning, and Rhododendron bushes due to potential diseases either for people or plants, or a choking hazards. As usual these recalls are only reported in low profile manners so if there's a big problem many people won't know until it's too late, yet they continue lobbying to prevent tougher accountability. They also had a women that thinks her baby formula may have been tampered with, although this didn't lead to a recall, just an investigation until another baby gets sick if there is a problem.
Walmart is continuing their lawsuits to try to get their property tax bills reduced in their dark store strategy which seems to mean that they claim they should be taxed as if their property wasn't being used since it wouldn't be so profitable otherwise. They already got many tax breaks to move into many areas driving out businesses paying more taxes, which is a massive tax subsidy, and if they leave their stores empty communities are stuck with the blight, which is more subsidies; since they're making a fortune and a growing number of communities like those in Maine and Missouri this isn't working as well as it has in the past. But they're still trying and their political connections is giving them a lot of success.
One of the states that is complaining about this tactic is now Arkansas where they have the most political clout, or at least they used to; but if they can't get a way with this there it may not work anywhere in the future.
Walmart ties to other business or the government continues to grow which would be a clear violation of antitrust practices if they didn't have control of the government. this political clout is also enabling them to suppress lawsuits form workers; however, this may backfire since their own workers are now among the strongest supporters of Bernie Sanders If enough people wake up to how Wall Street oligarchies are corrupting the entire political establishment then they can bring about major reform although it won't be easy!
A Walmart baker didn't hear a customer right when she asked him to write "Happy Birthday Lizard" on her cake since that was a toddlers nickname, so she got a cake that said "Happy Birthday Loser" which went viral on the internet and even made it onto a late night comedy; however in another example of how they avoid connecting Walmart to these mistakes they referred to him as a baker without saying where he worked.
The police had an interesting time when they caught someone masturbating in the Walmart parking lot; and he "grabbed deputy's rear end," saying, "Let me just feel it." I don't know how the police reacted to that but it might not be in the report.
Walmart also had a flash mob of kids that did a crazy song and dance while also knocking things over as the latest trend at which has less people concerned than a growing amount of people licking products then putting them back on the shelf including ice cream which was done on at least two occasions and a woman who gargled mouth wash before putting it back on the shelf for the camera and walking away. supposedly she returned and bought it showing the receipt. Walmart claimed they got all the products that were tampered with, or at least the highest profile reports that made the news. However there are numerous references to additional vague incidents, and there's no way of knowing whether or not they're just rumors.
Another report from Wisconsin claims that a women was losing her hair because the conditioner she bought at Walmart was tampered with by adding Nair hair removal.
It doesn't stop there.
Somethings I could make up, but even though I didn't, I don't even want to think about.
On two separate incidents, in Pennsylvania and Texas, teenagers pissed on the merchandise, including potatoes and perhaps beverages.
Walmart claims they got all the merchandise that was contaminated.
That's what they say.
According to one article they didn't view the video of the woman pissing on potatoes until the next day.
Did you buy potatoes at a Pennsylvania Walmart last week? Just because they didn't view the video until the next day doesn't man they didn't clean it up until then, does it?
If they weren't sure do you think they would say "we think we got it all, or at least we hope so; don't worry about it."
It's not like they've ever been caught blatantly lying before; is it?
The Nair hair removal causing a women's hair to fall out and powdered baby milk that made him sick are still being investigating so they shouldn't count, should they?
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 July 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.
Walmart adding electric vehicle charging stations to 6 Illinois stores 07/01/2019
Walmart to install electric vehicle charging stations at four NM locations 07/01/2019
New electric vehicle charging stations available at Missouri Walmart Supercenters 07/02/2019
Walmart announces rollout of electric car charging stations across Arkansas 07/03/2019
Electric vehicle charging stations installed at Moore Okla. Walmart 07/04/2019
Electric vehicle charging stations installed at Oregon Walmart stores 07/13/2019
NC Walmart to offer station for charging vehicles 07/05/2019
Two large televisions taken from Salina Kansas Walmart store 07/01/2019
Nestle Toll House is selling edible cookie dough. Wait, we weren't supposed to eat it before? 07/01/2019
Truckers parked in a Walmart lot wake up to boots, a $500 fine, and a 1 hour time limit to pay up 07/01/2019
Collision Victim Says Walmart Exec Hiding Assets 07/01/2019 A Tulsa man who was hit by a car while walking in a Bentonville crosswalk alleged the driver is hiding assets to avoid paying him a $350,000 judgment.
Losing Walmart pulls community together 07/01/2019 The City of Corning Arkansas lost their local Walmart nearly one year ago, and the community has united since the loss.
Man accused of pleasuring himself in front of mother and child inside Tx. Walmart store 07/02/2019
Arsenic found in bottled water sold by Whole Foods and Walmart 07/01/2019 Update: This article has been updated to include a statement from Starkey Water. In April, however, Consumer Reports noted that it had found levels of arsenic in Starkey water that were dangerously close to — and even over — the federal limit.
Walmart will no longer sell guns in New Mexico 07/02/2019 A new state law kicked off Monday. It requires background checks on all private gun sales and for businesses that sell guns to offer those transactions to private parties. Walmart says it’s not equipped to handle the changes and that it will surrender its licenses in New Mexico. Some New Mexicans aren’t sold on the decision.
Man gets 4 years in prison for stealing from Marion Ill. Walmart 07/01/2019
Man Accused of Taking Upskirt Video of Woman Inside NJ Walmart 07/02/2019
Baby rescued from hot, locked car at SC Walmart; mom charged 07/03/2019
Dalton Ga. Police Investigate Theft At Walmart 07/02/2019
Police: Man runs out of Ga. Walmart trying to steal computers, label-marker 07/02/2019
Earthquake makes big mess in Ridgecrest Ca. Walmart 07/04/2019
Brush fire burns near Hawaii Walmart 07/04/2019
The Man Who’s Putting More Sex Toys on Walmart’s Shelves 07/03/2019
Eastside Decatur Ill. Walmart open after police evacuate following bomb threat 07/04/2019
2 men suspected of stealing merchandise from La. Walmart store 07/03/2019
Man accepts plea in abeyance for threatening to shoot Walmart customers 07/03/2019 A northern Utah man pleaded guilty Thursday to three misdemeanor charges after making threats to shoot customers at an unspecified Walmart location in December.
CommUNITY Champion: Nebraska Walmart employees receive award for flood efforts 07/06/2019
The video shows Alston having her hair pulled by the victim and the other woman in the electronics section of the store. During the fight, an unknown man who was with Alston tries to break it up, to no avail.
That’s when Alston reaches into her purse and pulls out a gun. The eventual shooting victim and her cousin run away in different directions.
Walmart in Cumberland County restocks refrigerated foods after electrical issue 07/05/2019 Ahead of the Fourth of July holiday, shoppers at one Cumberland County Walmart had a hard time filling their picnic and party lists. The refrigerated coolers at the store at 3400 Hartzdale Drive in Lower Allen Township stopped functioning on July 3, said Payton McCormick, a Walmart spokesman. Shoppers were unable to purchase items such as milk, cheese, meat and produce. McCormick emphasized there was not a power outage, but the main refrigeration unit went down due to an electrical issue. Unfortunately, most of the cold products had to be discarded and replaced, which is a lengthy process, he said.
PHOTOS: Food falls from Yucca Valley Ca. Walmart shelves during powerful quake 07/06/2019
UPDATE: All clear given by Bentonville Arkansas police after suspicious package located 07/08/2019 According to Sergeant Gene Page, it has been determined the package was an unmarked gas meter locator device.
Anna Ill. Police looking to ID suspect connected to Walmart theft 07/07/2019
Woman arrested at Missouri Walmart 07/0/2019
Orlando man jailed after quilt-return scheme goes awry at Summerfield Wal-Mart 07/08/2019 After being read his rights, Zawadzki told the deputy he is homeless and is “having a difficult time,” which is why he made the fraudulent return.
Mesa Ariz. PD: Man arrested after crawling on a Walmart floor to look up women's dresses 07/09/2019
Warwick RI Walmart thief suspected in other robberies 07/09/2019
Attorney demands to know how defense got gun used in Sept. 2018 Ind. Walmart shooting 07/10/2019
Tega Cay SC police charge Rock Hill man with indecent exposure in Walmart parking lot 07/10/2019
Huntsville Alabama police: Help identify man who stole woman's purse in Walmart 07/09/2019
14-year-old charged in Utah Walmart stabbing 07/10/2019
Suspect Steals Entire Cash Register From Walmart In Aberdeen, Md. Police Say 07/10/2019
Marietta Ga. mom accused of leaving children home alone to go shopping at Walmart 07/10/2019
Man makes unwanted advances on Walmart greeter: Brooklyn Ohio Police Blotter 07/11/2019
Walmart in Central La. sells out of water, bread 07/10/2019 With the threat of potential Tropical Storm Barry looming, south Louisiana residents in Central have been stocking up on water and bread.
Photo of Corvette parked in handicap spot at Cape Coral Fla. Walmart sparks outrage online 07/10/2019
Deputies: Two caught dealing drugs in Rockford Ill. Walmart parking lot 07/10/2019
Ada man arrested for shoplifting from Minn. Walmart 07/10/2019
Salisbury NC Walmart evacuated after pipe bomb threat 07/11/2019 A man claiming to be a disgruntled former Walmart worker called in a bomb threat to the Salisbury store late on Tuesday night, according to police.
19-year-old reported missing last seen at Walmart in Lancaster SC found safe 07/11/2019
2 charged in connection to shooting in Walmart parking lot in Indian Trail NC 07/11/2019
Police respond to women, kids stealing from West Milwaukee Wisc. Walmart 07/11/2019
Food desert gets bigger on Indy's northeast side as Walmart Neighborhood Market prepares to close 07/12/2019
Professor says part of Walmart’s FCPA settlement was ‘excessive’ 07/11/2019
Man wanted for stealing several Bose headphones at Richlands NC Walmart 07/12/2019
Getting Answers: What’s Next For The Toddler Left At A Walmart Parking Lot? 07/11/2019
2 Houghton residents arrested in Escanaba Mich. after Walmart parking lot welfare check 07/12/2019
Sheriff’s office seeks man in theft from Nevada Walmart 07/11/2019
Podcast: Walmart Infighting Could Derail Plans to Challenge Amazon 07/11/2019
Albuquerque NM PD responding to bomb threat at South Valley Walmart 07/12/2019
Missing 13-year-old boy found safe at north Spokane Wash. Walmart 07/12/2019
N.Y.U. student’s missing credit card used at N.J. Walmart 07/12/2019
Man wanted for questioning after pricey headphones stolen from NC Walmart 07/12/2019
Winona Minn. police calls for Friday, July 12: Thefts from Walmart, China King Buffet 07/12/2019
Foley Alabama Walmart reopens after bomb threat 07/14/2019
Local man calls for more carts at Tx. Walmart on Loop 288 07/13/2019
UPDATE: Caretaker in relation with Emily Drive WV Walmart bathroom incident charged with neglect 07/15/2019
Phoenix man accused of stealing $100K worth of cell phones from Ariz. Walmarts 07/15/2019
Walmart to hire 40 new Porterville Ca.-based truck drivers 07/15/2019
Blown fuse caused Ariz. Walmart-area outage 07/16/2019
Police Need Help Finding Lower Hudson Valley NY Walmart Peeping Tom 07/16/2019
Police search for woman caught on camera stealing $350 worth of cigarettes at Winter Haven Fla. Walmart 07/17/2019
Portage Co. Wisc. Crime Stoppers: Walmart theft 07/17/2019
Suspects allegedly shoplift $4,000 in electronics from NM Walmart 07/17/2019
Man in prison 18 months for Fla. Walmart theft 07/17/2019 For petty theft & drug charges.
Man previously banned from Ky. Walmart arrested for burglary at the store 07/17/2019
Unknown man pulled ‘quick change’ scam at Pa. Walmart stores 07/17/2019
Deputies: Woman switches price tags on Macon Ga. Walmart items before shoplifting 07/18/2019
Nevada Walmart puncher gets felony sentence 07/18/2019
Man identified in Poplar Bluff Missouri after Walmart theft 07/19/2019
Walmart Supercenter in Round Rock Tx. to add fueling station later this year 07/19/2019
Boxes of fireworks, flat-screen TV stolen from Springville NY Walmart 07/19/2019 It's estimated that more than $1,100 of merchandise was stolen from the store.
Laredo couple arrested after purse stolen from shopping cart at Tx. Walmart 07/19/2019
Eugene Oregon Walmart theft suspect needs mental health treatment, husband says 07/19/2019
Police: 4 charged in NC Walmart $9.94 chicken salad theft 07/19/2019
Suspect fled police officer right into a Fla. Walmart parking lot with more police 07/19/2019
Police arrest mother after they say she left 3-month-old baby in hot car while in WV Walmart 07/21/2019
Conn. State police seek Walmart purse snatcher 07/21/2019
Police Looking for Two Men Who Scammed Ind. Walmart Out of $1,500 in Gift Cards 07/22/2019
Men steal over $1k in Mississippi Walmart electronics, got away 07/21/2019
Shallotte NC police looking suspect in Walmart theft 07/22/2019
Mason City Iowa Walmart thieves sentenced 07/21/2019 Investigators say the two used a self-checkout line and scanned a package of dental floss over and over in place of other items.
Man who huffed 18 cans of dusting spray found outside Fla. Walmart 07/21/2019 A sheriff's deputy found a man who had huffed 18 cans of dusting spray sitting in the driver's seat of his car in the parking lot of a Walmart in Flagler Beach, Fla., staring blankly out of the front window. He was conscious but unable to answer simple questions like what city they were in.
Police: Fake bar codes used in Ill. Walmart thefts 07/22/2019
Guy discovers his stolen truck at Walmart 07/22/2019
Police: 2 take off with SUV full of tires from south Georgia Walmart 07/22/2019
Police look for suspects who use fake credit card at Lebanon Tenn. Walmart 07/22/2019
Walmart hiring 20 drivers to support Grantsville Utah Distribution Center 07/22/2019
Mitchell Woman Arrested After Stealing From Ind. Walmart 07/22/2019
Two men wanted in connection to electronics stolen from Clinton Twp. Mich. Walmart 07/23/2019
Police Searching For Man Who Stole Speakers From Porter Walmart 07/22/2019
Investigators looking for man who used debit cards with stolen numbers at North Augusta SC Wal-Mart 07/23/2019
Suspicious item found at Concord NC Walmart 'not an explosive device' 07/23/2019
Cerritos Ca. boy's stolen bike replaced by Walmart, sheriff's deputies 07/2/2019
Employees aid in arrest at Tx. Walmart 07/23/2019
Three charged, accused of stealing 47 phones from Missouri Walmart 07/23/2019
Suspect Identified In Walmart Retail Theft In Indiana Co. Pa. 07/24/2019
Police break window, pull baby out of locked car outside Alabama Walmart; 2 arrested 07/24/2019
Salem County NJ Walmart Evacuated Due To Bomb Scare, Police Say 07/24/2019
Police: Woman repeatedly stole from Decatur Ill. Walmart 07/24/2019
District Court News - Man accused of trying to use fake $100 bill at Crookston Minn. Walmart 07/24/2019
Suspected shoplifter arrested at Fla. Wal-Mart after stealing fishing lures and vodka 07/24/2019
Sheriff: Pair Arrested For Drug Sales Found Smoking Heroin In Ca. Walmart Parking Lot 07/24/2019
Wal-Mart at Buffalo Ridge Fla. evacuated due to a bomb threat 07/25/2019
Police: Tipsters ID 2 Ga. Walmart shoplifting suspects, so they turned themselves in 07/25/2019
Customers evacuate after ‘suspicious package' reported inside Shelby County Tenn. Walmart 07/25/2019 Investigators said customers left the building as a precaution. They were outside the store for around three hours as crews investigated. No Bomb
Hammond Ind. Walmart Supercenter closes while crews work to restore power to store 07/24/2019
Search for shoplifting suspect at Conyers Ga. Walmart 07/26/2019
Man accused of making meth in car parked at Massena NY Walmart 07/26/2019
Sentence handed down for Minnesota woman accused of stealing from Menomonie Walmart 07/26/2019 Dunn County Judge Roderick Cameron sentenced Maxwell to three years of probation as well as 100 hours of community service. She must also pay $2,305.94 in restitution.
Breaking News: Bomb threat at Walmart in Jasper Alabama 07/26/2019
Thieves use stolen credit card at Tx. Home Depot, Walmart 07/29/2019
Worthington Minn. man arrested for Walmart theft 07/27/2019
2 arrested in connection to shooting death of man found in Fla. Walmart parking lot 07/29/2019
La. WalMart temporarily closed on Range Avenue due to sewer issue; reopening unknown 07/29/2019
Austintown police identify woman in connection to Ohio Walmart thefts 07/29/2019
Mobile Alabama Police respond to report of bomb threat at I-65 Walmart 07/3/2019
Maryland man charged with gun possession outside Lancaster NY Walmart 07/30/2019
Shallotte NC police seek ID of Walmart larceny suspect 07/30/2019
Police: Arrested after prowling the Tenn. Walmart Parking Lot 07/31/2019
Man left toddler in hot car while he shoplifted blender from Alabama Walmart, cops say 07/31/2019
Man arrested after he allegedly stole a shopping cart full of items from WV Walmart 07/31/2019
Benton Arkansas police searching for suspect who stole paintball gun from Walmart 07/31/2019
Mountain Home Arkansas Walmart employee arrested for cash thefts 07/3/2019 Backowski was serving as the asset protection manager for the Mountain Home Walmart when the accusations were made.
1 stood lookout as they boosted nearly $14,000 worth of items from SC Walmart 07/31/2019 The suspects took 14 iPhones and put them into a cart covered by a shirt, according to the report.
UPDATE: Urbana Ill. Walmart reopens after unfounded bomb threat 07/31/2019