Again Stealing from Wal-Mart is NOT a Smart IdeaMatt Boster
Posted by: Matt Boster
Date: May 22 2014 6:56 AM
On 05-21-14 at approximately 1:08 pm the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office responded to Walmart to a reported retail theft. Upon arrival they learned that a member of Walmart’s Asset Protection team had witnessed
Shane Tolliver Whitfield pass the point of sale with 35 items in his buggy that had not been paid for.
Among the items was a 32” flat screen television that the anti-theft device had been removed from. The remainder of the items were clothing, household items, etc. Total value of the stolen items was $394.63, which classifies it as grand theft. ($300 or greater)
Whitfield was lodged in the Jackson County Correctional Facility to await first appearance.
Shane Tolliver Whitfield
Asley Shiver Rd
Male 45 years of age
Grand Theft/Retail Theft
Before officers could get Whitfield secured in the County Jail, they received another retail theft call from Walmart. In that case Zeno Scott Walther was arrested after he was observed changing clothes in the men’s department and leaving without paying for the merchandise he was wearing.
He was also lodged in the Jackson County Correctional Facility.
Zeno Scott Walther
Male 21 years of age