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Television Thefts Thwarted
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By Major Christopher Kimmitz
June 9, 2022

A trio of Stafford women were arrested after a poorly orchestrated theft at a Stafford Walmart Tuesday afternoon.

On June 7th at 4:33 p.m. deputies responded to the Walmart at 217 Garrisonville Road for a suspected shoplifting report. You may recall on February 11th of this year there was a hit and run of a school bus and connected theft from the Washington Square Plaza Walmart. Victoria Myers, 23, was charged in both incidents and earned a spot on Walmart’s loss prevention radar. The Stafford County Sheriff’s Office received many tips from social media followers based on Myers’ pink hair.

Loss prevention watched as Myers loaded televisions in a cart Tuesday and meandered through the store between the assorted exit points. Deputies had set up around the business, covering each exit, as Myers exited the store with a cart of stolen merchandise. The ill-gotten goods included two televisions, a mixer, ear buds, weed killer and a container of strawberries. In true Top Gun: Maverick style, deputies learned Myers had conducted the mission with wingwomen identified as Shai-an Winslow, 20, and Jamadea Poag, 19.

Winslow and Poag were stopped in the parking lot with another cart of suspected stolen merchandise. They must watch a lot of TV as this cart included an additional television. The merchandise was all recovered and returned to the store.

Myers was found to be wanted for Capias warrants in both Stafford and Prince William. A suspected controlled substance was found in her pocket and jail officers found an additional controlled substance during booking.

Myers was served the outstanding warrants and charged with grand larceny, possession of a controlled substance, felony by prisoner, and conspiracy. She was held without bond at the Rappahannock Regional Jail.

Winslow and Poag were each charged with petit larceny and conspiracy. Both were held at the Rappahannock Regional Jail on a $1,500 bond.

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