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Walmart thief gets 15 days in jail

March 11, 2014

A West Virginia man whose theft spree at multiple Walmart stores ended in Marietta was sentenced Monday in Washington County Common Pleas Court to 15 days in jail—which he will finish serving in lat......

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Mar-11-14 7:23 PM

I am surprised this man is still employed , so nice if the judge to not i convince his work schedule by letting him be jailed just one weekend a month. I had to read that sentence over 3 times, thought maybe someone was early on the April fools jokes. No joke, though. I'm just stunned, this is what happens if you steal? I hope the other counties will prosecute better than Washington county does.

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Mar-11-14 11:24 AM

15 days? HAHAHAHAHA. Why bother?

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Mar-11-14 9:51 AM

I agree, hockeypuck. It was a crime. Mistakes are reserved for politicians, celebrities and the general wealthy.

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Mar-11-14 8:33 AM

Biggest mistake I ever made got me arrested when I was 19. I actually did learn from that and have never continued the errant behavior (or been in trouble with the law) since. It all depends on what you do with your situation - learn from it or ignore it and hope the results magically different the next time you do it. I advise the learn option.

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Mar-11-14 6:50 AM

Have you ever noticed that the common criminals in these pages always seem to be saying it was a "mistake"? No, it was a crime, you stupid criminal.

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