A 17-year-old employee was charged with retail theft after an incident at Walmart, 400 Butler Commons. Loss prevention personnel reported an ongoing employee theft investigation, which determined the employee had committed retail theft on eight separate occasions, stealing $322.10 in merchandise.
William Fuller, 52, and Darla Greathouse, 49, both of Centerville, were charged with retail theft after an incident at Walmart, 400 Butler Commons. Police said the two stole merchandise valued at $39.73.
Toni Selfridge, 43, of Karns City failed to pay for merchandise valued at $111.03 at the Butler commons walmart.
Kaitlin Selfridge, 22, also of Karns City failed to pay for $53.64 in merchandise at Walmart in Butler, she is said to have loaded items into a bag and tried to run to the door of the store, she is charged with retail theft.
Emily A. Mather, 48, and Kevin J. Stoner, 58 were both charged with retail theft after the couple committed multiple thefts committed over a three-month period at Walmart Butler Commons.
Michael Hutcheson, 32, of Verona on Dec. 7 tried to make off with a Dyson sweeper, a pair of slippers and a bag of salt. Store employees stopped him before he could leave with the merchandise, valued at $288.91