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Walmart Shoplifting Failures

The information in this story comes the Oconee County Sheriff's Office. An arrest doesn't mean a conviction.

Walmart Shoplifting Failures
An Oconee County Sheriff's Deputy was called to Walmart on Epps Bridge Parkway at 1:51pm on December 20th, where loss prevention officials had stopped Frederick Nathan English, 46, of Athens. English had tried to leave the store without paying for $131.64 of items. He was arrested for shoplifting.

On December 20th, an Oconee County Sheriff's Deputy found Marcus Jamal Howard detained at Walmart by the loss prevent officer. He had attempted to steal a $30 jacket. He was arrested for shoplifting.

Charles Clay Myers, 38, of Winder, was at the Epps Bridge Walmart on December 21st. He approached the exit, pushing a shopping cart with a $648 flat screen on it. Store officials stopped him as he was leaving and asked for his receipt. He said he didn't have a receipt and then returned the television to the electronics section and left the store. 

On December 21st, Ricky Wall, 52, and Beverly Wall, 47, both of Jefferson, were arrested for shoplifting at Walmart. The two are accused of trying to steal 4 spark plugs and 3 bottles of Tinks Buck Lure, items valued at $40.52. An Oconee County Sheriff's Deputy arrived at Walmart at 2:54pm.

On December 22nd, Daniel Quinn Amos, 19, of Comer, put a pair of SOL Republic headphones inside his clothes in an attempt to steal them. They were priced at $40. He was detained and charged with shoplifting.

On Christmas Eve, at 4:30pm, Sean Ezzard, 21, of Covington, Ga., was arrested and charged with shoplifting at the Epps Bridge Walmart. He had tried to leave the store with a bag that contained Crest Whitening Strips valued at $59.97 and a $5 Christmas card. He had neglected to pay for the items. 







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