2 arrested on suspicion of thefts at Walmart stores
December 9, 2013
Two people were arrested Friday and Saturday after allegedly taking things from area Walmart stores without paying.
According to their arrest reports:
A deputy was dispatched to the Market Street Walmart in Carson City at 4:32 p.m. Saturday on a report of a woman stealing a cart full of items. Walmart security recorded the woman's license plate, and Lyon County deputies later found the vehicle outside a Dayton casino.
The woman, Kelsey Wilkison, 25, of Carson City, was sitting at a slot machine and told the arresting deputies that she'd planned to pay for the items, but a loss-prevention officer had angered her. A deputy learned that Wilkison was on alternative-sentencing supervision.
Loss-prevention officers said they'd been watching Wilkison because they suspected her in other thefts. The total value of the items taken Saturday was $870.
She was arrested on suspicion of felony burglary and felony violation of a suspended sentence. Total bail was set at $23,000.
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A 1:26 p.m. Friday, a deputy saw a vehicle fail to fully stop at Carson Meadows Drive and Musser Street. He pulled over driver Donald Davis, 28, of Dayton, who said he was in the neighborhood to take a shower.
A records check revealed that Davis was on alternative sentencing for petty larceny, with provisions allowing for searches. The deputy noticed a new 39-inch television in the backseat, as well as several DVDs and a new Kindle Fire.
The deputy asked Davis if he was employed; he said he wasn't. While searching the vehicle, the deputy also saw an Xbox controller, two sets of earbuds and a new aquarium heater.
The deputy arrested Davis, who later acknowledged having stolen some of the items from a Douglas County Walmart. The total value of the stolen property was $692.
Davis was arrested on suspicion of felony possession of stolen property valued at more than $650, arrest of probationer and failure to stop at a stop sign. Total bail was set at $13,090.