More and More People Allegedly Stealing Entire Grocery Carts Full of Merchandise in Murfreesboro

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We have yet another shoplifting story to bring you up to date on from the Walmart store on South Rutherford Blvd. In this most recent case, a woman gathered 69-separate items and placed them into a shopping cart. The merchandise was valued at about $430. After loading the cart up and finishing her shopping expedition up, instead of rolling the cart through a checkout line, she allegedly rolled the cart out the front doors.

The woman was caught by a Loss Prevention worker who discussed the theft with her until police arrived. Officers performed what is called a “Probable Cause” search of the purse being carried by 30-year old Lee Jackson. Inside the person revealed several syringes with drug residue on them, according to a police report. Police say Jackson also had an outstanding warrant for her arrest.

Jackson was charged with “Failure to Appear” in court, “Possession of Drug Paraphernalia,” and theft.



MPD Incident Report #14-1202
Rutherford County Sheriff’s Office



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