Just like Santa here, I’m ready to get into weekend mode.
TULSA, Oklahoma – Police are looking for answers after a woman is caught making meth inside the 81st and Lewis Walmart Thursday evening. Investigators say Alisha Halfmoon gathered the ingredients from throughout the store and started building a meth lab on a store shelf.
Walmart security notified authorities around 6 p.m. after spotting the 45-year-old woman acting suspiciously. They told Tulsa Police that Halfmoon had been in the store for more than six hours.
According to an arrest report, police observed Halfmoon on security tape mixing the chemicals. When Halfmoon was arrested, she had already mixed two containers of sulfuric acid.
Police removed the lab from the store and a team from the Special Investigation Unit disposed of the chemicals. No one was injured.
Halfmoon is now in jail, being held without bond. She was just bailed out of jail two days ago, after she was picked up on drug complaints Tuesday.
Christmas came a little early and I don’t have to wait until Sunday to watch my Steelers show Cleveland why the only thing good they have going on in sports come in the form of punch-lines. It’s cold as balls and their sports teams suck, watch out Seattle you may have a new challenger for highest suicide rate.
Walmart security had it pretty easy over the weekend when a man allegedly decided it would be a good idea to shoplift while 50 police officers held a charity event at the store.
Officials in Maryland arrested Timothy Randall Clark on Saturday after he allegedly attempted to steal over $500 in video game products at the same time that law enforcement authorities were holding their “Shop With A Cop” community program, according to a Charles County Sheriff’s Department press release.
The store’s loss prevention unit discovered the 22-year-old cutting open and shoving video games and accessories into his shirt and promptly contacted police — they were everywhere, anyway — before the suspect could make it to the door.
Shop With A Cop is a nationally held charity program intended to build good relations between law enforcement and local youth.
Authorities say they found 26 Play Station and Xbox games, two controllers, and various other video game accessories valued at $635.04.
Clark is charged with theft.