Woman accused of stealing from grocery store on Christmas Eve
BATON ROUGE - Police arrested a woman they say stole items from a local Neighborhood Walmart.
The incident was reported on Christmas Eve at a location on Coursey Boulevard. According to the arrest report, Lillie Smith was seen at one of the self-checkout registers.
Authorities say Smith placed multiple unscanned items into the bagging area. The total value of the unscanned items was $102.52.
Deputies learned that Smith fled the scene before they arrived. She was seen on camera running out of the store before getting into the passenger side of a vehicle. The driver and Smith then fled the scene.
Smith was later arrested and charged with theft.
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