A 60-year-old Sulphur Springs woman was caught Tuesday afternoon at the Sulphur Springs Walmart. She was found to be trespassing due to being issued two trespass citations within the last 2 years.
A Sulphur Springs police officer reported being contacted by a Walmart employee while at the store on an unrelated call just before 5 p.m. Jan. 14. The store worker reportedly told police he believed the woman was trespassing at the store.
Police contacted her. She was determined to have been issued two prior trespass warnings. She and another woman were reported for a disturbance at Walmart on July 27, 2019; they were accused of selecting less than $100 worth items, concealing them and passed all points of sale without paying for them, according to police reports. She was also jailed May 27, 2018 for theft, according to jail reports. She was issued criminal trespass warnings during those incidents.
She was jailed Jan. 14 on a misdemeanor criminal trespassing charge. She was released from the county jail Jan. 15; bond was set at $1,000 on the charge, according to jail reports.