I was an overnight people greeter for Walmart in Sumiton, AL. There was a man who was mostly bald except for really long patches (if you could call them that) of hair. In between these patches were dry spots. One night after he came in, he stopped at the videos out front and apparently in deep thought began picking at the dry spots and then eating the skin. Seeing this I vomited onto the ground.
Montgomery County authorities are looking for a man suspected of breaking into a Walmart store and stealing two vacuum cleaners.
The Dyson sweepers, valued at a total of nearly $600, were reported stolen Jan. 7 from the store in the 10000 block of Woodlands Parkway in Spring.
According to the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office, the suspect used a crowbar to damage a video game display case and the exit doors to the garden center.
Authorities believe the same suspect may be involved in other thefts from the same location, the a sheriff’s spokesman said.
The suspect, whose arms are covered with tattoos, has several star tattoos on his left forearm and elbow and an American flag on the back of his left arm.
At the time of the incident, he was was wearing a black “Transformer” T-shirt and a Rice University baseball cap.
A 48-year-old South Zanesville man is in custody today following a bomb threat at the South Zanesville WalMart.
Muskingum County Sheriff Matt Lutz said a bomb threat was called into the store at 1:57 a.m. this morning. The store was evacuated while K9 units and officials swept the store. No bomb was found and the store reopened at 5 a.m.
Lutz credited his dispatcher for excellent work tracing the call that allowed law enforcement to locate the suspect. Lutz expects formal charges to be filed next week.
K9 units from the Ohio State Patrol and the sheriff’s office were used during the search. South Zanesville and Roseville volunteer fire departments assisted with the evacuation.
FARMINGTON, Maine — A Phillips woman is accused of attacking a woman in the checkout line in Walmart on Saturday afternoon.
The victim was taken to Franklin Memorial Hospital by a NorthStar Emergency Medical Services ambulance, Farmington police secretary Rachel Heseltine said Monday. She was reading from officer Mike Raymond’s report.
Sarah Hanson, 32, was arrested on a felony charge of aggravated assault and misdemeanor charge of domestic violence assault, Heseltine said.
Police responded to Walmart at about 12:25 p.m., she said.
Hanson and her husband were at Walmart and she discovered him talking to a woman in the store. Hanson is accused of running up to the other woman and calling her derogatory names before she and her husband left the store, Heseltine said.
Hanson and her husband got into a fight in the parking lot. Hanson went back into the store and found the woman in a checkout line, punched her in the face, knocked her down and continued to kick her, Haseltine said Raymond’s report states.
Hanson turned herself in at the Franklin County Sheriff’s Department at about 3:20 p.m., she said.
The victim was treated at the hospital and released Saturday.
Hanson was taken to the Franklin County jail and released the same day on $1,000 cash bail, a corrections officer said.