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(San Bernardino Sun)   Jedi Walmart manager convinces woman not to call police after in-store assault. "Those aren't the officers that you were looking for"   (sbsun.com) divider line 12
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2014-03-20 11:58:16 AM
Boobies
 
2014-03-20 12:01:46 PM
Boobies
 
2014-03-20 12:10:10 PM
FTA:
Walmart corporate officials said Wednesday that when security catches shoplifters the usual wait time for police is two to three hours due to the priority of the call.

Well of course the cops take a while to show up for apprehended shoplifters.  Shoplifters can wait in the stores security office.  No reason to hurry.   An assault withthe perp at large will likely get a faster response.

Idiot manager.  Probably thought he was protecting the store from a law suit.
 
2014-03-20 12:13:43 PM
They close strip clubs as nuisance sites for crimes like this.
 
2014-03-20 12:36:21 PM
Given the uber-freaks I saw during my only two visits to a Wal-Mart, I cannot understand how anyone can expect to be safe in one.
 
2014-03-20 12:50:53 PM
Maybe idiots shouldn't wear gold chains to go shopping at Walmart.

Oh right....

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2014-03-20 01:44:54 PM
I hate San Bernardino
 
2014-03-20 03:13:18 PM
FTA: When she asked for someone to call police, store management did everything in their power to convince her not to, Andrade said. "They kept telling me the police wouldn't show for hours," she said. "I didn't want to wait that long so I went home and called police." Once at home, San Bernardino police arrived within 15 minutes of her call. "The officer was very kind and he told me that I wouldn't have waited as long as the store managers told me I would," she said. Police say the suspect is still at large.
 
2014-03-20 05:29:20 PM
"As I was walking through the aisles I felt my gold chain become tight around my neck," San Bernardino resident Linda Andrade said. "Then all of a sudden it was pulled a second time breaking and I saw him."

Why wouldn't she turn around the first time her necklace was pulled? Does that happen often?
 
2014-03-20 05:47:37 PM

BraniacsDaughtr: I hate San Bernardino


Hands down the smartest thing I did was to leave that cesspool.
 
2014-03-20 07:02:34 PM

coffeeburns: "As I was walking through the aisles I felt my gold chain become tight around my neck," San Bernardino resident Linda Andrade said. "Then all of a sudden it was pulled a second time breaking and I saw him."

Why wouldn't she turn around the first time her necklace was pulled? Does that happen often?


I'm thinking it was a yank-yank-snap, only a second between each, not a long dramatic pause where lady just goes on with her shopping for a while. (Although it is Wal*Mart, so you never know.)
 
2014-03-20 07:41:27 PM
Shows up after the suspect had ample time to leave and then suggest to the victim to just go on without saying another word about the attack, sounds strangely like how Flint police are known to handle things.
 
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