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Man Arrested After Swiping Shampoo, Can't Make Bail: Police

Chappaqua man charged with petty larceny after shoplifting, authorities said.

A 28-year-old Chappaqua man was arrested by White Plains Police after attempting to pilfer shampoo, Advil, olive oil and other sundries from the Stop and Shop on North Broadway, authorities told Patch.

The man, identified as Travis Walker of Elm Street, tried to stroll out of the store Monday at about 7:45 p.m. without paying for $29.55 worth of groceries, police said.

Walker was stopped by a store employee, and soon after arrested by police. He has been charged with petty larceny, a misdemeanor.

Walker was unable to meet the $250 bail, and held overnight for his Tuesday arraignment, cops said.

Nancy February 17, 2013 at 12:45 AM
Stroll out of store without paying for shampoo and olive oil. Oh please. It was the wrong thing to do but give the guy a warning. .. At a cost of $29.55 he was the one about to be robbed .Grocery stores in westchester charge way more than they should and that should be illegal..
Nancy February 17, 2013 at 12:45 AM
Stroll out of store without paying for shampoo and olive oil. Oh please. It was the wrong thing to do but give the guy a warning. .. At a cost of $29.55 he was the one about to be robbed .Grocery stores in westchester charge way more than they should and that should be illegal..
Rob February 19, 2013 at 03:59 AM
I agree. What he did was not right, but police being called and $250.00 for bail? Should of been a warning and have told him never to return to shop and stop again.Which is the bigger a$$hole here? I say shop and stop.

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