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Woman Caught Shoplifting Complains to Police about her Treatment at the Grocery Store

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A loss prevention officer at Wegman's in Fredericksburg, VA observed a woman leave the store with over $400 worth of groceries for which she had not paid.  When the officer confronted the woman she refused to wait for police, left the groceries and drove her and her children away.  Michelle Carrasco, a 32-year old woman of Stafford County, drove to the police station herself to complain about how the store had treated her.  Carrasco was arrested for felony shoplifting and two counts of contributing to the delinquency of a minor after it was brought to officers' attention she was caught on tape leaving the store without paying for her items.

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