August 2nd, 2010
#4102 Junk In The Trunk
I was walking to my car after shopping at my local Wal-mart when I had to stop and do a double take. I saw a little blue car with its back seat completely filled with groceries. I mean there were no air pockets between plastic bags. This, however, wasn’t what stopped me. After taking a second look I saw that their back seat was full of groceries and they were trying to fit their teenage son in the trunk!
June 30th, 2011
#4103 The Photo Shoot
My friend and I were, for some reason, sitting in the parking lot of Walmart before we went in to shop. My friend rolled down her window to finish her cigarette, when lo and behold, we heard a trashy girl talking behind our car. We both turned around (in unison) only to see a girl in gray yoga pants and a matching sports bra. Not only was she extremely scantily dressed, but a blonde woman with what appeared to be a bird’s nest on her head was snapping photographs of the supposed streetwalker. After this extremely professional and tasteful photo shoot (which included the aforementioned streetwalker squatting down and posing), the women walked their separate ways. So, to recap, not only was this woman having a photo shoot at 11 o clock at night, she flagged down another woman to shoot the pictures of her. Now, my friends, this was the epitome of Walmart glory.
December 1st, 2010
#4104 We’re Going Streaking!
The following information was provided by the Wakulla County Sheriff’s Office:
Wakulla County Sheriff’s Office investigators took a step back in time to the 1970s Thursday, July 1 as they were asked to investigate a streaker at an area business, according to Sheriff David Harvey.
Early morning customers at the Crawfordville Wal-Mart got more than they bargained for when the unidentified male streaked through the store with nothing on except two bandanas.
Deputy Nick Gray investigated the 1 a.m. complaint from Assistant Manager Richard Dunn. Witness Kenneth L. Malphurs of Crawfordville reported that he observed a white male, approximately six feet tall and 200 to 220 pounds, running naked with bandanas wrapped around his face.
Malphurs told Deputy Gray that an unidentified customer attempted to stop the streaker by knocking him down as he was leaving the store, but was unable to hold him until law enforcement arrived. Malphurs added that a second clothed male joined the streaker outside the store as they ran south toward Mike Stewart Drive.
Deputy Vicki Mitchell also investigated and determined that at 12:40 a.m. the streaker entered the store with his clothing on before changing out of his clothes in a store restroom. The suspect emerged from the restroom and continued on a two minute streak before leaving the store through a south side exit.
Two black bandanas were recovered in the parking lot of the store.
Video surveillance is also being collected for further investigation.