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Friday, August 7, 2020, Atoka Police Officer Randall Slawson was dispatched to Walmart about a report of shoplifting.
Officer Slawson spoke to the Support Manager who informed him of the suspect, Hannah K. Lytle, 19, of Coalgate, had been removing UPC (universal product codes) from lesser priced items, placing them onto higher priced items, and scanning them for the lower price.
On five different occasions Lytle switched the UPC labels on items which included: gray rugs, bacon, eggs, powerade, NASA jacket, faux nails, muffins, easy liner, special K bars, round train, and blueberry bagels.
Lytle would take the UPC labels from items in the clearence or low priced section.
She advised Officer Slawson that she had been shown how to switch the UPC on various items and that is why she began doing it.