Police: St. Peters Woman Stole Items from Walmart, Sold Them on eBay

Walmart security caught the woman removing security devices, concealing them and leaving without paying.

A woman was charged with stealing items worth more than $500 at the St. Peters .

Ryvana Deeann Hase-Rish, 34, of the first block of Elmdale Lane in , was charged with class C felony stealing.

said Walmart security saw Hase-Rish and others on July 18 removing security devices, concealing them and attempting to leave without paying. Security said they recognized Hase-Rish as the same person in a similar incident on July 12.

They found more stolen items in her car and home, according to the report. Hase-Rish did not consent to a search of three sealed and labeled boxes in her car's trunk, police said in the report.

Police said Hase-Rish told them she would steal items from retail stores and sell them on eBay and other online sites.

Hase-Rish posted bond, which was set at $10,000.

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Fred Oompahloompah July 27, 2012 at 07:37 PM
So, she is once agian out on bond and able to hit another store! Makes sense to me! What a wonderful justice system we have. Let the criminals have free rein so they can continue to shoot rob and rape at will and not just Will but every Tom, Dick and Mary!
William Braudis August 14, 2012 at 04:26 AM
I believe that these reports should always indicate the financial status of people who are out stealing. obama has sent many people out on the street because of his complete failure to increase jobs.
Randy Stricklen August 29, 2012 at 05:05 PM
Yep-Yep-Yep when all else fails lets put the blame on someone else nothing like taking responsibilities for your own actions, in the "good 'ole days" we blamed rock stars for our kids not being raised right(because we as parents were too busy and not paying attention to our children)


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