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Woman Charged with Robbery After Allegedly Biting Walmart Employee

Wichita Falls, Texas – A woman was arrested after police say she bit a Walmart employee after she attempted to steal items from the store.

According to the arrest affidavit, on August 8th, at 6:28 a.m., a WFPD officer was dispatched to the Walmart on Lawrence Road for a call about a theft in progress.

Police found both the victim, a loss prevention officer for Walmart, and the suspect, Jackie Latorya Butler, in the parking lot of the nearby Home Depot.

According to police, the victim was bleeding from above his right eye and there was a large knot over his left eye.

The victim was also bleeding from his left bicep, from a bite mark.

The victim told police that Butler entered the Walmart, and had selected several pairs of women's and men's underwear, a lamp, socks, sleepwear, support belt, leggings and batteries. Butler placed the items in a motorized cart and made her way out of the store without paying for them.

The value of the items was totaled to be around $220.50.

The victim stopped Butler, who hit him with her fist and then punched him in the face. When he grabbed a hold of Butler, she bit him in the arm.

Butler was charged with Robbery.

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