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WALMART SHOPPER ACCUSED OF FALSELY RETURNING ITEMS TO MORE THAN 1,000 STORES
WALMART isn’t the prettiest of stores and it can house some pretty bizarre folk from time to time. However, recently, Thomas Frudaker, a Walmart shopper was caught making fraudulent returns to a number of Walmart stores. According to the Yuma, Arizona Police Department, Frudaker had returned a total of around 1.3 million dollars worth of fraudulent items to about a thousand stores in eighteen months. It all went downhill for Frudaker when he had attempted to return a computer to a Yuma Walmart. The Walmart reported that some parts of the computer were seemingly taken out, this led to Frudaker’s arrest last Wednesday. He is to appear in court Monday afternoon and faces a slew of charges: two counts of theft, two counts of fraudulent schemes, and two counts of criminal damage. His bond is set at $40,000.
JUN. 14, 2018
Thomas Frudaker, Yuma County Detention Center