A still-unidentified man ‘hovered’ into the Winter Haven Walmart recently, filled his cart up with over $500 in merchandise and then hovered straight out of the store. Video surveillance captured the whole thing!
That’s right, this thief from the future was rocking a pair of Voyager ‘Space Shoes’, which are e-mobility hover skate sneakers, retailing at around $200.
Video shows the man using the hover board to push the cart while he navigates the store and filling his cart. It’s presumed that the suspect left the scene in a 1990s Nissan Maxima, with two different chrome wheels and some distinguishable hood damage.
Some of the items he made off with include a car battery, bouquet of flowers, Roku TV and a Motokicks hoverboard, because apparently, this dude likes to float around.
A 19-year-old Marina Ruemmely did the crime and is ready to do the time, after stealing makeup from Walmart to quote, ‘She’s young and wanted to see if she could get away with it.’
The Winter Haven Walmart loss prevention officer stated he witnessed Ruemmely put the makeup in her cart and, after heading to the back of the store, place it all in her purse. She then left the cart there and walked all out of the store with the items in her purse.
He then stopped Ruemmely short of the parking lot and held her in his office till police came. Upon arrival, she admitted she did it because ‘she was young and wanted to see if she could get away with it’.
The makeup in her purse totaled, $142.37. She was arrested for petit theft.
A 19-year-old Elias Alan-Arturo Flor, who followed around a mother and 12-year-old child, in a Walmart, while masturbating, turned himself in.
Video surveillance captured Flor committing the acts, while the victim’s child witnessed the entire act. When he alerted his mother, Flor had disappeared.
Flor had entered the Walmart with the intention of committing the act as video caught him having paced for a few minutes and, eventually putting his hand down his pants, and started following the family around the store.
Flor is facing one count of battery and one count of lascivious and lewd exhibition in the presence of a child.
The teenager is currently residing in Polk County Jail.
A 49-year-old Gabriel Tillman walked into a Citgo with the intention of stealing and chugging a pepsi, but instead ended up on the wrong side of a viral video, consisting of multiple failed attempts at trying to break out of the store after the cashier locked him in.
Was all of that really worth stealing a product valued at roughly $3? Probably not.
According to video surveillance and per the Polk County Sheriff’s Office, Tillman walked in and grabbed a Pepsi off the shelf near the door. As he tried to leave the store, the cashier pushed the button under the counter, which remotely locked the door.
Footage then shows Tillman trying to escape. The first attempt, he throws his body into the door. That failed. He then picked up a fire extinguisher and tried to slam it against the door. That failed too.
After multiple attempts, the cashier, out of fear that Tillman may damage the inside of the store more, unlocked it and allowed him to leave. He still left with the Pepsi, while police caught up to him a few blocks away from the gas station, chugging said Pepsi.
Needless to say, he worked up quite a thirst.
Police arrested Tillman, where he’s being held on $1,500 bond and charged him with grand theft and criminal mischief.
A 22-year-old Alberto Ramos was arrested recently at his nephew’s Little League baseball game for punching the umpire in the face.
That’s how you serve as a role model!
Ramos was in disagreement with the homeplate umpire at the Highland City Ballpark in Lakeland, Fla., and approached him after the game. Things escalated to raised voices before Ramos proclaimed he was going to ‘kick his ass’ and then swung on the unnamed umpire.
The umpire was treated for a cut lip and chipped tooth per the assault. He was arrested on felony assault charges and has been trespassed from the park.
Ramos posted his $1,000 bond and awaits his date in court. It was not made clear whether the umpire is pressing charges.
A 48-year-old bro, Andy Sigears, decided to pop a few down before taking a drive on his segway. The problem there is that it’s still considered drunk driving, which he realized the hard way.
A Polk County Lieutenant noticed Sigears was swerving and driving unsteady. He pulled him over, having to go to opposite lanes of traffic to pass him in doing so, and could noticeably smell alcohol on him, while noticing blodshot eyes and slurred speech.
He admitted to downing two bottles of wine and, following a breathalizer test, blew three times the legal limit.
Thus, he was arrested for driving under the influence, but later posted bond.