Marysville woman arrested in assault-shoplifting at Marshall’s store www.privateofficer.com
Yuba City CA April 19 2012 Marshall’s department stores advertise that customers “never pay full price for fabulous,” but police said a Marysville woman didn’t want to pay anything for about $80 in lingerie Tuesday afternoon and assaulted a security guard who tried to stop her from leaving the Yuba City store with a purse full of underwear.
“She may have taken that slogan a little too seriously,” police spokeswoman Shawna Pavey said.
Instead of name brand undergarments, Maria Guadalupe Perez-Rios was fitted with a less fabulous jumpsuit designed specifically for the Sutter County Jail.
Perez-Rios, 19, actually paid for a few items of children’s clothing just after 5 p.m. before she tried to take off with the underwear and a sweater, Pavey said. The security guard, whose name was not available, was assaulted when he tried to stop the woman, according to police.
“She slugged him in the shoulder twice while screaming and yelling at him,” Pavey said.
He was not hurt.
The guard restrained the woman until police arrived a short time later at the store in the 1100 block of Harter Parkway.
Pavey said Perez-Rios continued to fight with police, but was eventually taken into custody.
Perez-Rios remains in custody without bail on suspicion of one count of robbery. She is due Thursday in Sutter County Superior Court for arraignment and bail review.