Shoplyfter Maddy May Case No 72737627 The Spoiled Thief An Exclusive Shoplyfter Maddy May Scene When spoiled brat Maddy May gets caught stealing, she tries to get advantage of her white privilege claiming they can’t arrest her and instead, accusing security guard Wrex Oliver of harassment. But when Wrex tells her they have evidence of […]
Alexia Anders Alexia Anders was born on June 21st 1987 at 12:00 AM. She is a tall girl weighing 105 pounds with black hair and brown eyes. Her height is five feet and eight inches. She has been arrested for shoplifting many times over her lifetime. She has stolen almost everything from clothes to shoes to electronics. One time she stole a pair of boots worth $800 dollars. In 2006 she stole two watches worth $1000 each and got away with them both. She did get caught however because one of the stores had video surveillance. The store owner gave police evidence of the tape. She was charged with felony burglary. She plead guilty. She went back to jail for four months. After being released she stole some shirts and hid them in her underwear and she took off running. Police were able to stop her because they could smell the sweatpants with the stolen merchandise. She pleaded guilty again. She now gets probation instead of going to prison. She works at a fast food restaurant cleaning tables and making money for her meals. She goes to school at night where she takes online classes. She helps pay for her tuition. Shoplifter Shoplifters are people who steal items from retail stores. These stores are usually big department stores. Typically these goods are expensive items like clothing, jewelry, electronic equipment, cosmetics, etc. A lot of times these things have already been put out onto the shelves or floor. People often do not want to pay full price for something that cost less than $10 because they feel the item is just getting thrown away. Shoplifters will then take these items home and sell them to pawn shops or buy them for cheap. This is considered stealing because if it was sold normally the person would have to give a receipt and the original owner would be able to reclaim their property. If it was bought for cheap they would keep the money and the sale does not count towards theft. Sometimes shoplifters would even take the items to a second hand store. Shops try to catch shoplifters after they leave to avoid any problems. They may use security cameras and employees to help track the thieves down. Most of the time they will find out where the shoplifter lives, what they drive, how much they make, and what they spend their money on. But sometimes they will never know what happened to the item. Convenience Store Convenience stores are small grocery stores that can be located anywhere including gas stations, bars, restaurants, and convenience stores. They allow customers to purchase everyday items like food, drinks, cigarettes, lottery tickets, household products, and snacks. They can provide anything a customer might need within a few minutes of walking inside. However, they may require customers to sign a slip before entering the store. Convenience stores vary greatly in size. Some of them may only have a few cash registers while others may have hundreds of registers. Some of them may have nothing special except for a soda machine and candy aisle while others may offer other services like banks, pharmacies, pet supplies, clothing stores, hardware stores, and liquor stores. The best way to describe a convenience store is like a mini-supermarket. There are always plenty of different things to choose from. A customer can walk inside and go directly to the aisle that interests them the most. Department Stores Department stores are large stores that sell a variety of different types of goods. They can be located near shopping malls, strip centers, housing developments, downtown business districts, and university campuses. Their stock tends to be extremely diverse. Clothing, office supplies, housewares, toys, furniture, groceries, sporting goods, jewelry, electronics, appliances, books, magazines, beauty supplies, healthcare, and automotive parts are all commonly found in department stores. A customer can easily find anything at a department store. When buying a good or service at a department store, most of the time you will have to go to a cashier and pay cash. At some stores you will have the option to set up a credit card through the company’s website. Usually department stores will let their customers return items for free, especially if its a major brand name product. Home Improvement Warehouse Home improvement warehouses are typically smaller versions of department stores. They carry a wide variety of different goods. Customers can expect to find tools, hardware, construction materials, lawn and garden equipment, building supplies, paint, lumber, lighting fixtures, plumbing supplies, bathroom accessories, and so much more. Like a department store, the items at a home improvement warehouse tend to be very affordable. Customers can find many great deals here. Items can often be returned without charge. Also, when buying a good or service, most home improvement warehouses will require payment by check or cash. Gas Station Gas stations are convenient places to get fuel. Today most gas stations are equipped with vending machines, ATMs, car wash services, and restrooms. They are open 24 hours a day. Gas stations generally accept checks and credit cards for payments. They will have a computerized pump that measures how much gas you put in. They will tell you whether you’re paying too much based on your zip code. They may also have an employee standing there to help you fill up your tank. Liquor Stores Liquor stores are similar to convenience stores. They consist of a small market type area with a refrigerator, soda fountain, and maybe a small seating area. They are often found near bars, pubs, nightclubs, hotels, and other entertainment venues. The majority of people know the difference between a convenience store and a liquor store. A convenience store sells basic items like snacks, beverages, chips, candy, and tobacco products. They sell no alcohol. On the other hand, a liquor store sells beer, wine, liquor, mixed drinks, mixers, and ice. Many liquor stores will also carry cigars, cigarettes, and pipes.