Thanksgiving weekend is over, the relatives went home and the leftovers are gone. All that’s left are the Black Friday horror stories. Like in years past, Black Friday 2012 was punctuated by arrests, child neglect and even a needless death.
When a man was stopped for shoplifting at a Louisville, Ky., Walmart, his companion, Rolando Almenares, 39, allegedly had a back-up plan. Police say Almenares told a witness that he is a police officer, and that he and his shoplifting friend are part of an undercover program.
According to police, Julian R. Call, 22, and Tina F. Gianakon, 35, shoplifted several “personal care items” including K-Y Jelly, and then Call “sexually fondled” Gianakon in front of other customers.
The woman caught cooking meth in her purse at a Walmart while shoplifting has been identified, and arrested again.
For the third time in recent memory, a woman has been arrested for cooking up a batch of meth at a Walmart store. This time, a unnamed woman and a male companion were busted at store in Mehlville, Mo., last night.