This is the most Woonsocket headline I’ve ever seen.
Does this look like a woman who’s going to be satisfied with stealing less than $150 worth of meat?
Laugh all you want, but that woman right there has never seen a taco she couldn’t conquer.
Even worse, she actually hit the store manager with the meat itself.
Some people beat their meat, others beat people with meat.
My question is, what was she planning to do with $156 worth of ground beef? That stuff goes bad within a couple days. Even this woman couldn’t eat that many enchiladas in such a short amount of time.
$156 worth of steak or pulled pork? Maybe. That’s more expensive so there wouldn’t be as much. But ground beef? That’s the welfare meat you can put in anything. Does she have an industrial freezer she uses to store contraband for her black market sloppy joe empire? I have so many questions.
I’d also like to hear more about her November 19 arrest for shoplifting, conspiracy, and obstructing an officer in the execution of duty, and why should thought it would be a good idea to commit another crime with those charges pending.
On the Woonsocket Scanner Facebook page there was no shortage of people attempting to rationalize how a grown woman already facing charges for shoplifting would find herself in a scenario where she’s stealing $156 worth of ground beef and assaulting Stop & Shop managers with said ground beef after being confronted in the act.
Maybe this, maybe that. Here’s an idea – maybe she’s just a mediocre person who doesn’t like paying for things. I might not be perfect, but I’ve never assaulted a Stop & Shop manager with stolen bovine, so I’m going to ignore Walter’s advice and go ahead and judge the hell out of her anyway.
“I don’t know the whole story.”
She’s a habitual shoplifter who obstructs police and assaults innocent people when she’s caught in the act. I really don’t need to know anything else before formulating an opinion of her.
“You can see she’s crying in the mugshot.”
Yes, because she was caught and arrested. Those tears are not for her victims, they are for herself.
“If you have to steal anything….”
No one ever has to steal ground beef. Especially $156 worth of ground beef. Ever. You do that because you’re reselling it to someone. It’s a choice a person makes when they don’t feel like paying.
“People this days are so mean.”
Some people hit grocery store employees with bags of ground beef, others leave judgmental comments about criminals on the Internet. The latter is the real problem.
Yea, I’m sure this childless woman in her 30’s really needed to steal $156 worth of meat to feed her non-existent family. She looks like she’s starving.
America in 2022 is not a Dickens novel. Starving people don’t go into grocery stores looking to feed themselves so they don’t die.
“If she needed to feed her family and this is what it came to, we as a society have some serious issues.”
And therein lies the problem. There’s no “we.” I didn’t make her do this, and neither did you. “We” as a society pay taxes that fund social welfare programs designed to uplift hefalumps like this. We give them handout after handout, and yet they still commit crimes. This is yet another example of how the core philosophy of liberalism is that it’s society’s job to raise and care for people, and not the individual’s job to take personal responsibility.
“If you don’t know her situation…”
I don’t need to know her situation. There’s no possible scenario in which a human being in Rhode Island would ever need to steal that much ground beef from Stop & Shop.
Some blamed inflation.
Look, I blame Joe Biden for a lot of things, including inflation. But it’s $156 worth of meat that she turned into a weapon. Even I can’t pin that one on President Dementia.
Anyway, the Ground Beef Grundlehog apparently works at Ocean State Job Lot, so she should have money to purchase food if she needs it. And she used to be a bus monitor for the North Smithfield Public Schools.
But I guess the allure of running an underground meat market was too much temptation to pass up. And now she’s probably in big trouble since Diego didn’t get his shipment.
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