Belk for Women at Hamilton Place loss prevention personnel said a woman allegedly caught with a $74 gold bracelet she did not pay for turned unruly after being confronted.
However, Neda Mae Byrum had settled down by the time police arrived, it was stated.
Police said she was cited to court for shoplifting.
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A Children's Hospital nurse reported an incident with the father of a patient.
The nurse said she was treating a 17-year-old female and brought coffee to her father.
She said the man shook her hand and held on, grabbing her arm and rubbing it. She said he asked if she wanted to close the door.
The nurse said she told him no and left the room. She then reported the incident.
She was visibly shaken, but did not want to prosecute.
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At the Brainerd Walmart, a loss prevention specialist said he saw a man open a bottle of shoe polish and apply some polish to his shoe.
The man then took a new T-shirt from a nearby rack and wiped off the polish, damaging the T-shirt, it was stated.
Store officials said the man was confronted and at first gave a false name. Police were able to call up a picture of him.
He was charged with vandalism and criminal impersonation.