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Woman Accused of Trying to Shoplift 418 Items

She was not very subtle about it. At the Lewis Drug Store in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, a woman was arrested for hauling 418 items out to her car:

Police say an employee of the Lewis store at 10th and Cliff in Sioux Falls noticed her acting suspiciously.

She was apparently filling up a bag with items and then went outside without paying.

The employee confronted her and called police.

Police say she had stolen 418 items from the store, simply by filling up bags with merchandise, and taking them to her car.


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lmao i live near su fu... thats funny, i dont have cable so i didnt hear about this and thats really funny... i googled " fucking lame " and this blog popped up and so i started reading it, never expected to see stuff like this.. :P
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But did they actually press charges or just take back the stuff?

I used to catch shoplifters all the time and they never pressed charges so now I just try to do my best to prevent the items being taken if I can (it's a small store).
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Sounds like a good tactic, especially with the 'green' shopping bags that are so popular these days; stroll through the store & fill the open bags in the cart, then walk out the door as if you've already paid.

And enemyswim... I too live in SF, and it's a great place to live & raise a family. With an attitude like that about this fine city, your roots here can't be so deep that you can't pull up & move. It's a free country; check it out, and make SF better with your absence.
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