Monday, February 25, 2013
The woman told police she was checking on her funds in the bank and simply made a mistake. She was arrested at a Ferguson Walmart for stealing in 2011, St. Peters Police said.
A North St. Louis County woman was arrested for shoplifting and trespassing at the St. Peters Walmart with her 10-year-old daughter. Kimyette M. Williams, 33, of the 500 block of Dornoch Drive in Glasgow Village, was charged with felony theft, first-degree trespassing and possession of drug-related items. St. Peters Police said Williams walked outside, passing all check-out lanes at the Walmart store, 1661 Jungermann Road, with a grocery cart full of items. Williams told police she was on the phone with a friend, trying to find out if she had enough money in the bank for the items. Williams said she was “moving too fast and made a mistake.” St. Peters Police said that at times, Williams’ daughter was with her and at other times she was …
Thursday, January 31, 2013
Police arrested 29-year-old Cassandra Lee Hargraves for allegedly stealing more than $1,500 worth of merchandise from Walmart.
A woman police sought for stealing from Walmart and assaulting an employee has been arrested. Cassandra Lee Hargraves, 29, of Mexico, Mo., was arrested and charged with one count of theft, a Class C felony, after police said she took $1,500 worth of merchandise from the St. Peters Walmart. According to St. Peters Police, Hargraves entered the Walmart store at about 3:30 a.m. on the morning of Friday, Jan. 11. Police said Hargraves selected $1,507.33 worth of merchandise from the store including electronics, DVDs, clothing and cleaing products. Police said the suspect then left the store with the merchandise in the shopping cart and made no attempt to pay for any of the items in the cart. Police said a Walmart manager saw the suspect in …
Monday, December 3, 2012
The women were among five arrested after fleeing the Von Maur store in the Meadows.
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Monday, December 3, 2012
Two women charged with stealing from a Lake Saint Louis store now face charges for stealing more than $2,100 in clothes from Mid Rivers Mall. Alkeisha Weatherford, 19, of Cedar Hill, and Tianna Slayton, 18, of the city of St. Louis, each were charged Wednesday with two counts of felony theft. St. Peters Police said the two stole Polo jeans and Polo shirts valued at $1,200 from Dillards and several women’s North Face fleece jackets valued at $960 from Sports Authority. The two women were among five people charged Nov. 19 with felony stealing, strong armed robbery, assault on a law enforcement officer, assault and property damage after thefts at the Von Maur store in the Meadows in Lake Saint Louis. Weatherford told police she would give the…
Friday, July 27, 2012
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 Walmart. Ryvana Deeann Hase-Rish, 34, of the first block of Elmdale Lane in St. Peters, was charged with class C felony stealing. St. Peters Police 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…