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Couple accused of shoplifting forgot kids

Author: LaV | 27-10-2011, 04:48
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Couple accused of shoplifting forgot kids

Couple accused of shoplifting forgot kids, cops say

 

Couple accused of shoplifting forgot kids, cops say, Authorities say a couple shoplifted a cellphone and makeup from a Walmart, but forgot two children as they fled the store.

 

Police in Louisville, Ky., say 20-year-old Michael S. Kaufman took a cellphone and tried to take a tablet computer, destroying the attached display in the process. Police say 19-year-old Kelsey Grobmeier hid makeup under a baby car seat. When confronted, the couple fled, leaving a 3-year-old and 18-month-old behind in the store around 7 p.m. EDT Wednesday. couple walmart forgot kids,

couple walmart forgot kids. Police say Grobmeier returned to the store about an hour later to retrieve the children.

Kaufman and Grobmeier are each charged with theft, criminal trespassing, endangering the welfare of a minor and tampering with physical evidence. +Michael S. Kaufman Kelsey Grobmeier cellphone and makeup ,

Court records do not indicate if they have attorneys. WLKY-TV in Louisville first reported the arrests.
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Officers only found Liascos when a police dog bit what appeared to be a patch of grass — which yelped in pain. On Oct. 12, 2011, authorities said Liascos failed to show up for his trial. A warrant has been issued for his arrest. +Michael S. Kaufman Kelsey Grobmeier theft, criminal trespassing, endangering the welfare of a minor and tampering with physical evidence,

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