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Walmart Baby-Formula Theft Leads to San Diego-area Police Chase  The alleged getaway driver for a man suspected of stealing baby formula from a National City Walmart led police on a chase that ended in a crash Wednesday. Andrea Cox, 22, of San Diego, was expected to be charged with felony evading in the chase, which ended along state Route 94, according to National City police. Terrell Freeman, 33, of San Diego, is expected to charged in the chase and the theft. Cox refused to stop when a police officer tried to pull over the car as she drove away from the store. The chase led onto northbound Interstate 5, then merged onto I-15, I-805 and eastbound SR-94, Sgt. Alex Hernandez said. A few moments later, the white 2004 Chevrolet Impala skidded out of control, overturned, crashed over a barrier on the north side of the freeway and went down an embankment. (Source

Woman jailed for alleged Walmart computer theft; tied to multi-state thefts
A northern Illinois woman remained in the Racine County Jail Wednesday night, accused of stealing a computer from Walmart in Mount Pleasant -- one of a string of alleged thefts in two states. Tiffany A. Broude was charged Jan. 3 with one felony count of being a party to the crime of retail theft for allegedly helping to steal a computer from Walmart on March 27, 2013. She and Christopher M. Streicher placed a $998 computer in a shopping cart in the store, took off the security wrap, and headed for the exit. A Mount Pleasant police officer began investigating the theft, discovering video of the pair stealing a flat-screen TV on March 27, 2013, from Walmart in Kenosha, as well as unspecified items on March 28, 2013, from both a Zion, Illinois, Walmart and a Gurnee, Illinois, Sears, according to the complaint. (Source

Pair accused of stealing phones from Sprint store in Oklahoma City - Could be same suspects involved in similar thefts 
Police are searching for two people after cellphones were stolen from a Sprint store on W. Memorial Road, officials said. According to a police report, one suspect is a woman in her 20s, last seen wearing a pink T-shirt. Police said security cameras placed the woman in the store around 11 a.m. Saturday. In her initial visit the woman asked a female employee questions, including whether she worked at the store alone, the report said. A few hours later she returned with a man. The employee said when she turned her attention to a phone call the two suspects used wire clippers to steal two display phones. Other cellphone thefts have been reported in the same area. (Source

Theft/Return Scam At Little Debbie Parkway Walmart


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