Queensbury (WSYR-TV) – State Police have arrested a Walmart employee who they say was prostituting himself at a store in Eastern New York.
Police charged Foster Bills, 22, of Stony Creek, with prostitution, a misdemeanor, after their investigation revealed that he was accepting cash to perform sex acts in Walmart’s Quaker Road location in the town of Queensbury.
Bills was arrested after he received cash from an undercover police investigator.
He was issued an appearance ticket. Bills is scheduled to appear in court on April 29.
Police say no photo of the suspect is available.
CUMBERLAND COUNTY, Pa. — A Shippensburg woman is accused of causing $346 in damage as she walked through a Walmart nude, according to state police.
State police said she was taken into custody as she walked away from the scene.
Weitkamp is charged with indecent exposure, open lewdness, criminal mischief and disorderly conduct.
BURRELL TOWNSHIP (KDKA) – An Indiana County man is facing several charges, after wildlife officials say he went deer hunting in a Walmart parking lot.
The Pennsylvania Game Commission says 40-year-old Arcangelo Bianco Jr., fired several rounds from a handgun at a 10-point white-tailed deer from within the Burrell Township store’s parking lot, and then bagged the animal near Old William Penn Highway.
The alleged shooting happened last November, while Bianco was shopping at the store, and then saw the buck in the parking lot.
According to charging documents, the deer ran around a corner of the store, and Bianco hopped out of his truck, gun in hand, and “began firing multiple rounds at the deer.”
Bianco faces a misdemeanor count of reckless endangerment, as well as several hunting violations, including hunting without a license, shooting on or across highways and unlawful killing or taking of big game.
A preliminary hearing has been scheduled for May 1.
TAYLORSVILLE — Police are looking for a thief who walked up to a group of Girl Scouts selling cookies outside a Taylorsville store and made off with their money.
Investigators say members of Troop 2532 were selling cookies at a stand outside a Walmart store when a man in his 20s approached them late Saturday afternoon.
Lt. Justin Hoyal of the Unified Police Department says the man acted as if he was going to buy some cookies, then reached across the table for the cash box and ran away with it.
The man fled in an older model silver 4-door sedan driven by a woman.
The amount of money stolen wasn’t disclosed but police say it represented all the cash proceeds from a day of selling more than 1,000 boxes.
The money was targeted to help the homeless and pay for Girl Scout camp.