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Atoka Police Officer Randall Slawson investigated a pair of individuals accused of switching price labels on items at Walmart.
The spree began on Friday, July 24, 2020, when two suspects, identified as Wade Garrett Lytle, 23, and Ericka Dawn Lytle, 24, both of Coalgate, entered the Atoka Walmart.
The pair went to the bedding aisles where they selected two comforters sets, before getting toilet paper and Tide pods.
The couple covered the original Universal Product Codes with ones they had removed from tumblers. The total cost of the purchase should have been $122.69, but they paid $2.76.
The Lytles entered Walmart four additional times between July 24th and August 5, 2020. The total amount of the items were $301.63. The couple paid $16.06 for items by switching the codes.
Officer Slawson contacted Wade Lytle on Tuesday, September 1, 2020, asking him to make a statement. Lytle told the officer he would wait until a warrant was issued and take care of it then.