|Published: 11:06 AM, 02/18/2013
Author: Michael Thomason
Source: The Monroe County Advocate
Detective Daniel Dockery spent so much time at Walmart Tuesday, he
might as well have done some shopping.
One of his visits led to a drug arrest
after a man allegedly tried to walk out of the store with nearly $400
in merchandise without paying.
Dockery said when he arrived at the
store, he found the loss prevention officer talking to David Stinnett
who had reportedly pushed a full buggy past all the registers without
an attempt to pay.
Sitnnett was unable to provide a
receipt for the items and when Dockery patted him down, he found two
knives still in their original packaging.
Dockery took Stinnett to the Monroe
County Jail where a more thorough search turned up four pills
believed to be Hydrocodone and a straw with a white residue on it.
See full story in the Sunday, Feb. 17, edition of The Advocate & Democrat.
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