Officer Jose A. Barahona Accused of Stealing from Walmart He Was Hired to ProtectChris Menahan
Mar. 12, 2018
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Police officer Jose Barahona, 25, was allegedly caught stealing hundreds of dollars of goods from a Walmart he was hired to protect in Montgomery County, Maryland.
From The Washington Post:
A Maryland police officer stole a Dyson vacuum cleaner, instant oatmeal and two boxes of condoms during his off-duty security job at a Walmart store, according to Montgomery County Police officials and a statement of charges the department filed Sunday.His scheming didn't stop there:
In one case, the clerk said, Barahona asked her to open a locked case in the electronics section, which she did, but then she refused his request to remove security packaging from a Microsoft Xbox game system, valued at $399.The Montgomery County police said in a press release Monday he stole from the store repeatedly over several months:
A review of Walmart’s video surveillance by the investigating officer during the times that Barahona was known to have been working in the store revealed that from December 23, 2017, to February 3, 2018, Barahona engaged in a continuing course of conduct of stealing items from the Walmart store while he was working as a security guard.Barahona reportedly earned $60,000 a year as a cop.
I can't imagine why anyone would want to own a gun when we have such fine officers to protect us!
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