St. Peter male charged with theft
July 1, 2015 - garden totes
According to justice documents, video notice celebrated a male place mixed equipment into a selling transport and afterwards leave by a garden center’s puncture exit. A Wal-Mart item insurance associate told a Worthington military officer reserved to a box a equipment had not been paid for. The equipment enclosed dual Motorola monitors, a Hewlett-Packard laptop, 3 compress discs, a dry erase house and several hair products totaling $694.81.
A second occurrence held on camera showed a same male in a store fixation mixed equipment into a transport and withdrawal by a same puncture exit. Once again, a male did not compensate for a items. This time a transport enclosed 4 Hewlett-Packard laptops, a dungeon phone, a tote, a sweeping and other diverse equipment with a sum value of $1,827.36.
The male in a video was identified as Rogers. The Wal-Mart associate sensitive a officer that Rogers was suspected of committing identical crimes during Wal-Mart stores in Mankato, Albert Lea and Spirit Lake, Iowa.
After contacting Spirit Lake police, it was schooled that a dialect had a identical news of shoplifting that occurred approximately 10 days after a initial occurrence in Worthington. In March, a Worthington Police Department schooled that an warning had been sent to a Worthington Wal-Mart per Rogers after he was allegedly held shoplifting during another Wal-Mart location.
Rogers was primarily scheduled to make his initial district justice coming in May. However, he unsuccessful to seem during a conference and a aver was issued.
In open justice Tuesday, Rogers entered a not guilty defence to a charge. His profession requested a jury trial, with his customer requesting a rapid trial.
Rogers is now in a Nobles County Jail. His bail was set progressing this month during $1,500 money with conditions, or a bond of $5,000 with conditions and $10,000 but conditions.