LPD Reports: Shoplifting continues to be a problem in Loganville

The City of Loganville Police Department reported the following incidents for the period July 15 – 25, 2019. Please note an arrest or charge does not constitute a conviction.

July 15

A police officer responded to a call for a suspicious vehicle loitering and littering. Upon approaching the vehicle, the officer initiated a traffic stop. The driver, a Loganville man, was unable to produce a valid driver’s license or car insurance and had improperly transferred the license plate to the vehicle. He had also failed to register the vehicle. The man was transported to the Loganville Police Department for booking. Once booked, he was transported to the Walton County Jail. He was charged with driving without a license, improper transfer of license plate/decal, and no insurance.

July 18

A 43-year-old Loganville man was observed to be “skip-scanning” certain products at the self-checkout section of the Loganville Walmart by a police officer. The man was transported to the loss prevention office without incident. Walmart planned to prosecute the man after he was charged with shoplifting less than $500.

July 19

A 19-year-old Grayson female was found attempting to steal eight miniature bottles of wine at the Loganville Walmart by the asset protection employee on staff. She was placed into custody and booked into the Loganville Police Department. After booking procedures were completed, she was released on a copy of her citation. She was charged with shoplifting less than $500.

July 24

A police officer responded to a complaint that shoplifting had occurred at the Loganville Walmart by a 25-old Grayson male. The man admitted to taking several Xbox games from Walmart without paying for them. He was released on a copy of the citation and charged with shoplifting less than $500.

July 25

A police officer responded to a call of a Taco Bell customer, a 28-year-old Loganville male, being possibly intoxicated as he was harassing the employees of the business and was stumbling in the parking lot. The officer initiated a traffic stop upon seeing the vehicle and performed several sobriety tests on the offender. The tests came back positive and the offender was transported to the Loganville Police Department for processing. He was transported to the Walton County Jail and charged with DUI-Alcohol less safe.

July 25th

Officers were dispatched to the Loganville Walmart in reference to a report of stealing. A 25-year-old Jersey female had concealed several clothing, household, and food items in her bag. The officer placed the woman under arrest for shoplifting and was transported to the Loganville Police Department. She was charged with shoplifting less than $500.

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