Couple arrested after stealing woman’s wallet
Personally, I can’t stand thieves. I will never understand why some people feel the need to steal from others. Personally, I’m glad those two thieves were caught. Texoma home pagereports that yesterday, Lagail and Larry Weaver of Wichita Falls were charged with theft over $2,500, after they allegedly stole a woman’s wallet.
Earlier this month, a woman accidentally left her wallet in a basket after shopping at Wal-Mart on Lawrence Road. Surveillance video from the store’s parking lot shows the woman left her white wallet on the shopping cart seat, after unloading several bags of groceries into her car and putting the shopping cart back in the rack. His wallet contained $4,000 in cash and credit cards.
Lagail Weaver then found the wallet and, instead of alerting management or attempting to return it to its rightful owner, allegedly stole the wallet. The couple were surprised after surveillance video showed Lagail taking the wallet out of the basket and into her purse. She then got into her 2006 Cadillac and drove off. The surveillance camera then captured his registration location, which showed that the car was registered in his name. When local police went to question the couple at their home, Lagil admitted to stealing the wallet and giving it to her husband. Larry admitted to police that he had spent half the money before completely throwing the wallet away.
Losing your wallet is the worst feeling in the world. If you’re shopping and find someone else’s wallet in a shopping cart, don’t be like those people. Be a Good Samaritan, do the right thing, and notify store management or local law enforcement.
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