Granby, NY – A Fulton woman seen driving an electric shopping cart on State Route 3 Sunday was accused of stealing the vehicle 11 days earlier from the Granby Walmart, Oswego County Sheriff’s deputies said.
Rose M. Johnson, 23, of 14 W. 11th St., Fulton, was stopped by a member of the Fulton Police Department Sunday night after she was seen driving the electric scooter with a shopping cart attached on State Route 3 at Airport Road,deputies said.
She was accused of taking the scooter from the store on Aug. 25.
She told deputies that she took the cart valued at $1,000 because her back hurt and that she planned to later return it.
Deputies accused Johnson of misdemeanor petit larceny and gave her a ticket to appear in the Town of Granby Court.
LAS VEGAS (FOX5) – Metro police say a woman was taken into custody on Tuesday, accused of impersonating a police officer and displaying a gun inside a Walmart store without a concealed carry permit.
According to store employees, Domenique Chalala, 38, was at the Walmart store on Arroyo Crossing Parkway after midnight on Tuesday when she began arguing with a loss prevention officer at a checkout lane.
According to multiple witnesses, Chalala told employees she was a police officer and lifted her shirt, exposing a handgun tucked into the front waistband of her jeans.
Police arrived, confronted Chalala and located a loaded Walther .380 on her.
Chalala told police that when she attempted to buy a Glade air freshener, the item rang up for more than had been advertised on the shelf, and she was asking for a refund of $20.
Chalala admitted to arguing with a loss prevention specialist and said she felt threatened by him, prompting her to identify herself as a police officer and produce the firearm.
Police said Chalala claimed to have a permit for her gun but it was never located.
En route to Clark County Detention Center, Chalala claimed she was having a heart attack and was taken to San Martin Hospital. She was discharged soon after.
Chalala faces charges of carrying a concealed weapon without a permit and impersonating a police officer.
Mid July my fiance’ and I took a late night trip to the local Walmart to get a few groceries. We have a local tea house located near Walmart that sells tea with little black tapioca balls in the bottom. As I’m in the makeup aisle I hear a few aisles away my fiance’ yell “WHAT THE F*CK!?” so I took off in that direction. I reached him as he was chewing out a group of college kids who were laughing and walking away from him. I asked what had happened and one of the douchebags had shot 7 tapioca balls at my fiance, hitting him in the face and sticking them to his clothes. I proceeded to pick the tapioca from him, followed the group and threw the balls in their face and told them to grow the f*ck up. I informed an employee who refused to reprimand or remove the delinquents from the store. To make matters worse the group waited for us in the parking lot and proceeded to harass us the entire way to our vehicle. Even better? The group was probably older than we are and acted like they had the mentality of 6 year olds.
When I was like 10, my mom, sister, and I went to Wally World to get our Halloween costume (Halloween was like 2 days away). I picked out my costume. While my sister was picking out hers, this guy ran passed her, knocking her over. A Walmart employee then yelled “STOP HIM!!”
So these two guys each ran up to him, knocked him on the floor, and ripped his shirt off! Then the one fat guy held him down while the other is almost standing on him! He was arrested for shoplifting. I don’t know what he tried to steal, but I think it was a shirt. Dude, was that really worth it??