“Items allegedly taken without payment include dog food, chocolate, wine glasses and a food strainer.”
Another story for the ‘you couldn’t make this up’ file. Maybe he was just doing research.
The College Fix reports:
Georgia criminal justice professor arrested for felony shoplifting from Target
Professor Bruce Carroll has been charged with felony shoplifting nearly $700 worth of items from Target over the past three months.
Carroll (right) chairs the criminal justice department at Georgia Gwinnett College and police arrested him November 22 for shoplifting, according to Fox 5.
Target’s security team reviewed security footage and “found Carroll left with a variety of items he never scanned during eight visits to their store between September 23 and November 3.”
Items allegedly taken without payment include dog food, chocolate, wine glasses and a food strainer. Carroll would use the self-service scanner and not pay for certain items.
“Total amount: $629.02, enough to charge Carroll with felony shoplifting,” Fox 5 reported. “He was released on a $3,500 bond the same day.”
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