I'm wondering if walmart is going to prosecute/pursue & if they called the cops
& if they did call the cops, will they be sending her a letter etc.
my friend was a walmart last night & she took a few things she said the guy followed her out & chased her & she ran to her car & took off. the guy was saying "don't trip i'm going to call the cops" & she is not sure if he got her license plates or not. what is the worst thing that could happen/what should she anticipate ?
also, can the cops pull her over on the street by her license plate for it ?
If they got her license plate number yes they would have called the police and reported it. If the police spot her in her car they can pull her over. Tell your friend to get a job and pay for stuff next time instead of being a freeloader! My husband use to be a manager for a walmart and loss prevention is trained to get the license plate number and call it in!
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