Woman accused of walking out of Walmart with $1k worth of items
PARAGOULD, Ark. (KAIT) - Police arrested a Paragould woman after they said she tried to walk out of Walmart with $1,000 worth of items without paying.
A Walmart loss prevention employee reported to police that 26-year-old Britteny L. Kirkland “pushed out a cart full of merchandise” on Aug. 27.
According to court documents, the store “provided video to corroborate” the accusation.
“Walmart APAs estimated the merchandise to be worth around $1,000,” Detective Corporal Aaron Gamber stated in the affidavit.
The detective also noted that Kirkland had been banned from Walmart in July of 2019 and “signed a restriction notice.”
After reviewing the case, Greene County District Judge Daniel Stidham found probable cause to arrest Kirkland for commercial burglary, a Class C felony, and theft of property, a Class A misdemeanor.
On Sept. 16, police arrested Kirkland and booked her into the Greene County Detention Center on a $25,000 bond to await her next court appearance.
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