Indiana Woman Arrested After Allegedly Trying to Tase Store Employee
A female suspect is now behind bars after allegedly shoplifting followed by attempting to tase a store employee.
Before we get into the details of exactly what went down at this super market in Evansville, here's an important public service announcement for anyone thinking about doing dumb things: there are security cameras literally everywhere.
This crazy moment happened Sunday at a store called Gabe's in Evansville, Indiana. Gabe's is a supermarket that sells clothing, accessories and homeware, similar to a target. The closest Gabe's to Southwest Michigan can be found in Mishawaka, Indiana. The police report tells the story of a 20-year-old woman named Deoshmonya Beans walking into the retail store. She didn't go unnoticed, as a store employee recognized her as being a known shoplifter. A store employee watched the woman allegedly walk out of the store with a cart full of items without making a quick stop at a cash register. The employee followed the suspect out to the parking lot according to tristatehomepage.com,
He says he grabbed the cart and started going back in the store, but Beans tried to tase him.
In fact, the store's security camera shows the woman threatening the employee with a taser or stun gun, grabbing a bag of stolen items and taking off.
Law Enforcement found the suspect and recovered more than $600 in stolen items. Beans is now behind bars.
I don't know for sure what the suspect was allegedly attempting to steal. But, if it were breakfast foods, here are 40 items she couldn't have nabbed.