The total reported loss of in a recent Walmart theft was $1,314.26.
Three women were stopped by Claremore Police Department and are facing a mix of larceny, trespassing and drug paraphernalia charges after the alleged incident.
CPD Officer Eli Vang reports that Tuesday he was dispatched to Walmart around 4:50 p.m. regarding a larceny in progress. While en route, Vang was advised that the suspect vehicle was northbound on a nearby service road.
Vang stopped the car and made contact with Alicia Grass, 22, Mary Robinson, 35 and Whitney Porter, 27.
In his reports, Vang says he found out that Grass and Robinson had gone into Walmart and selected numerous items, walking past all registers, never making an attempt to pay for the items and out the doors."
Vang reports, "Grass and Robinson ran to a waiting vehicle and began throwing the stolen items into the vehicle, with a total loss of $1,314.26."
Merchandise was reportedly located throughout the vehicle.
Inside a backpack, Vang reports finding "a straw that had black tar like residue."
Also on scene, was CPD Officer Tyler Steenveld, who reports speaking with Robinson.
When asked for her name and birth date, Robinson reportedly provided the officer with a false name, that of her ex-wife.
Steenveld states that in Robinson's pockets he located two straws, one with burnt residue "either from methamphetamine or heroin."
On the way to the Rogers County Jail, Robinson reportedly told the officer they had entered the store with the intention of stealing and that she had stolen all of the Playstation PS4 games and the gaming items.
Robinson and Grass were arrested on possible charges of larceny of merchandise from a retail over $1,000, a felony, possession of stolen merchandise, also a felony, and misdemeanor counts of trespassing and possession of drug paraphernalia. Robinson was booked in with an additional charge of false impersonation, also a felony.
Porter was cited for operating a vehicle with a revoked license and possession of drug paraphernalia. Reports show a search of her purse yielded numerous syringes and a spoon.