Woman Tried to Push Baby Stroller INTO TRAFFIC to Get Away After Being Caught Shoplifting
It’s hard to believe people like this exist, but after Linda Ganson Thompson was caught shoving hundreds dollars worth of merchandise from Belk into her baby stroller, she shoved that stroller, baby and all, at a suspicious employee. The employee grabbed the stroller, preventing it from rolling out into traffic.
A woman who was shoplifting Thursday from a Rock Hill department store shoved a baby in a stroller towards employee in hopes to evade being detained, police reports stated.
The Belk employee in Rock Hill said that Linda Ganson Thompson was trying to hide items in her baby stroller Thursday. The employee approached Thompson in the parking lot when she shoved the stroller towards him, and that is when he grabbed the baby stopping the stroller from moving into the road.
Items worth more than $300 were in a Belk bag in the stroller.
She was arrested on scene, but she gave a fictitious name.
She has multiple forgery convictions and financial identity convictions, according to the police report.
It is not known at this time if Thompson is related to the baby in the stroller.
Thank God this baby was okay. If the child is not related to his woman, I hope the real parents sue, and if it is, I hope the baby goes to a better, more deserving set of parents who will actually care for him or her.