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PinkPorcelain wrote (edited )

That is why I will not risk it at least until my “probation” or whatever it’s called is up.

Maybe never tho as I wanna be a lawyer.

Then I can defend y’all lol!

I mean it was exciting to see but then it was sad as it was probably stuff they needed, or needed to sell.

Or fuck even if they wanted it I don’t judge.

However there were kids there too with the Mom, and I know from personal experience seeing your parents get arrested is traumatizing (even if they weren’t taken to jail they were stopped and that will stay with the kids trust me).

That broke my heart.

At the risk of moralizing I am gonna say if you’re gonna lift at least try not to bring your kids with you.

Not because of of the lifter, because of LP.

Anyways, didn’t you used to work as AP for Walmart?

Did they used to be Hands On?

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Throwdown321 wrote

I often see moms mostly, but sometimes dad have thier kids when they steal, sometimes they are useful in providing a blindspot on a place with cameras in the area.

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Drshoplifter wrote (edited )

Haha. your not moralizing at all. Ya i did lp at walmart. they used to be hands on but lately ive been hearing they're hands off. I believe it too because they really discouraged us from using force. and we certainly didn't have to if we didn't want to. Lawsuits cost far more than the couple hundred bucks of items stolen. Also never bring your kids. they draw attention from lp, people use kids to steal all the time. Im a lifter and wouldn't call the police unless management made me. but most lp would call police when you use your kids.

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PinkPorcelain wrote

Exactly, like for me it’s mostly you kids could see you get caught and it would fuck them up.

And using your kids to steal is...shady to me...especially if they are old enough to get charged.

Did you call the cops when people used their kids?

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Drshoplifter wrote (edited )

Only when management stepped in and made the decision too. They’re stealing from a very wealthy company and I don’t see the harm. Calling police on shoplifters doesn’t do much to deter theft anyway.

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PinkPorcelain wrote

Was there a dollar amount that if stolen that you would have to call the cops on them?

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Throwdown321 wrote

you dont need a dollar amount, all they need is if they coming in here multiple times a week or in a certain month, that it often results in police called. BUt usually stealing lots of items that are worth alot usually results in police investigation.