Shoplifters get banned from all Wal-Mart stores http://www.privateofficer.com
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http://www.privateofficer.com/—Officials of the nationas largest retailer said that women from Coffee County Tennessee have been banned from every Wal-Mart store in the nation.
Police said the two tried to steal 22 items from the Wal-Mart in McMinnville Tennessee, a town outside of Nashville. The two also tried to swipe a personalized birthday cake according to loss prevention personnel.
Nastaljia Holmes and Antonica Winton were apprehended by security leaving the store and arrested. Everything was recovered and the two were banned from the store.
Because the cake was personalized, the store said it couldn’t resell it, so on top of being banned and spending 10 days in jail, the women must also pay $20 — the cost of the cake.
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Bus driver charged with rape of students http://www.privateofficer.com
School officials said Melissa Arnold has been with the Warren County school system for years and never had any problems until recent accusations.
Arnold, a school bus driver for the last 10 years, was arrested on Monday after a grand jury indicted her on three counts of statutory rape and three counts of contributing to the delinquency of a minor
According to the court documents, Arnold had sex with a 17-year-old boy in December and a 15-year-old boy between January and May of this year.
The charges allege she provided the boys with alcohol and aided the youngest boy in unruly behavior, including not going to school.
The Warren County district attorney said she is barred ethically from saying too much about the ongoing case, but said the investigation began about a month and a half ago with a phone call into her office regarding a bus driver at the high school.
School officials said Arnold’s suspension came before this school year started, and she will remain suspended without pay until her case works its way through the court system.
The local sheriff said Arnold posted $40,000 bond and is out of jail. She will be arraigned in court next month.