Wisdom told the newspaper the cash was for a downpayment on a house the couple was purchasing. They didn’t want to have to wait for a check to clear, she said.
The envelope containing the money had fallen out of Wisdom’s purse as Mensah was helping the couple load merchandise into their car.
Mensah noticed the bulky envelope in the cart as the couple was driving away. It had a window in the middle, so he knew what was inside of it.
A 74-year-old woman working as a Walmart greeter was pepper sprayed in the face late Tuesday during an attempted theft from the store in Spruce Grove, police say.
The woman was stationed at the front entrance just before 11 p.m. when two men carrying a car battery and sub-woofer speaker set off an alarm as they were leaving the store, RCMP said.
When she asked them for a receipt, one of the men allegedly swore at her and then sprayed her in the face with pepper spray.
According to a police report, patrons of the Walmart on 495 Flatbush Avenue approached an officer about 4 p.m. Saturday and told him that a man — later identified as Sanabria — stole a shopping cart full of Easter baskets. The officer found Sanabria in the parking lot, wearing a bright yellow T-shirt, blue jeans and a red bag around his chest, trying to sell the baskets. He had stolen 10.
Police received reports a vehicle had rammed into the store, San Jose Police Dept. Ofc. Albert Morales told KTVU.
He noted that after the car made it about 30 feet into the store and came to a stop, the driver exited the vehicle and began attacking customers.
Forty-year-old Arcangelo Bianco Jr. is charged with reckless endangerment for allegedly shooting across a highway to kill a 10-point buck he spotted in a Walmart parking lot in November.
The baby who was found abandoned in a Walmart bag is now 1 month old, but still, no one has stepped forward to claim her.
Conyers, who refers to himself as “Larry the Cart Pusher,” has been the “cart man” for two years. Prior to that, he served as Walmart’s door greeter for eight years. Over time, he has come to know just about everyone who walks through the door. He is on a first-name basis with most of them.
Somewhere between the frozen foods, the bananas, and the endless rows of snacks and cereals, O’Connell shops for something money can’t buy: inspiration. For inside this shrine to bulk sales and bargains, O’Connell finds beauty and immortalizes it on canvas.
Police say man who choked on his food while driving caused a chain reaction that led to a fireball exploding over a Walmart in southwestern New Mexico.