Shequilla Y. Hollingsworth, age 23, was arrested for Contributing to the Delinquency of a Child – 3 counts, Retail Theft, Resisting/Obstructing – 2 counts, Bail Jumping – 2 counts, Unlawful Trespass, and on a warrant.
The suspect has already been banned from all Wal-Mart stores for life because of her past criminal activities, but that did not stop the 23-year old Madison woman from allegedly bringing 3 children to the Watts Rd. location Monday evening with the hopes of stealing alcohol and other merchandise, but primarily alcohol. Store employees said the group brought two big bags with them and swiped two others while inside the Wal-Mart.
They then proceeded to place more than $180 worth of vodka, tequila, garments and other items in the bags. Store security intervened before the thieves could get away. The adult suspect identified herself with a bogus name and it wasn’t until she was being booked into jail that her true identity was gleaned. It was determined she has an outstanding warrant for retail theft and contributing to the delinquency of a child. She was also booked on several new tentative charges. They are listed above. The children were cited and released to their parents or guardians.
So I pulled into the parking lot of Walmart on my way home from work tonight. I looked over and saw a guy about 18-19 sitting in the passenger seat. At first I just figured he was sitting in the car waiting for someone. Then the girls head came up from his lap. I just chuckled to myself as I walked into the store.
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A Carlisle man is accused of eating raw meat at the borough’s Walmart and putting the opened packages back on the shelves.
Employees told police they saw Scott T. Shover, 53, of the 100 block of Noble Avenue, eat from several packages without paying about 2:40 p.m. Monday. The meat was valued at $24.53, police said.
Loss prevention staff and a manager followed Shover out of the store and notified a nearby police officer.
Shover was taken into custody, police said. Because of four prior retail theft convictions, Shover was charged with felony retail theft.
John L. Pena is charged with misdemeanor voyeurism after Boise police say he was caught trying to watch a 12-year-old girl in a changing room in the Wal Mart at 8300 W. Overland Road Sunday afternoon.
Police began their investigation after an employee at the store called around 5 p.m. Sunday to report that he had noticed a man, later identified as Pena, was hanging around the clothing section at the store and then going into changing rooms a short time after women would go in.
It was when the employee saw Pena walk into the dressing room shortly after a young girl walked in that he got the girl’s mother to go into the room and get her out right away. The employee then went into the dressing room and saw Pena get on his hands and knees and look under the divider into that dressing room, according to reports. The employee told police when Pena figured out it was an employee in the changing room instead of the girl he got up and quickly left. Police caught Pena as he was walking out of the store, according to reports.
Police arrested Pena on the misdemeanor voyeurism charge and booked him into the jail, where he bonded out, only to be arrested and put back into jail about five hours later on an unrelated felony probation violation charge, according to jail records.
It is unclear what agency arrested Pena the second time but Idaho court records show Pena has a felony burglary arrest from 2007 that appears to be why he is charged with a probation violation.
The misdemeanor charge of voyeurism is punishable by up to six months in prison and up to a $1,000 fine, according to Boise City code.