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  • Submitted: Mon, July 13, 2009
  • Updated: Wed, January 20, 2010

  • Reported By:Goshen Ohio
Meijer
1082 SR 28 Milford, Ohio U.S.A.

Meijer Framed my fiance of theft Milford Ohio

*UPDATE Employee: Tell the truth!

*UPDATE Employee: Tell the truth!

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My fiance went into the local Meijer to look for a bolt for his truck. He picked one out, headed to the checkout when he realized it was the wrong one. So he went back and threw it on the shelf. Started walking out when an employee ran after him, screaming that he was stealing.

There was a cop there and they took him into the manager's office, searched my fiance, and found on him his wallet (containing $80 in cash), about $5 in change, keys, and his rusty old bolt off his truck. The kid who ran after him, screaming, started taking pictures of the "evidence" on his cell phone! And he went back to where my fiance threw the bolt down and grabbed a completely different bolt and tried to say he was going to steal it. By the way, the bolt only cost $1.09....

Well, they took my fiance to court and now he's stuck with an attempted theft charge and lost his license due to it.

We due not shop at the Milford Meijer anymore, because they obviously hired a bunch of retarded kids to run the store.

Unlucky
Goshen, Ohio
U.S.A.

This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 07/13/2009 08:43 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Meijer/Milford-Ohio-45150/Meijer-Framed-my-fiance-of-theft-Milford-Ohio-469328. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.

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#1 UPDATE Employee

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AUTHOR: Tell the truth - (United States of America)

It amazes me that people get caught stealing and want to run to this site. It also amazes me that your fianc didn't submit this himself because you are only subjected to what he told you. I know for a fact that you weren't in the office with him but you report as if you were there every step of the way.

If it were only $1.09 worth of merchandise, he would not have been prosecuted unless he had more stuff or he gave false information to the officer. We don't waste the time of Police if it is "petty" petty theft as you describe. If did nothing wrong, your attorney would have shown that in court.

Caution should be used when trying to make others feel sorry for you. This is the information age and browsing through the Clermont county court page reveals the truth. Also, as an employee in an Ohio store I know that losing your license for petty theft is not part of the Ohio Revised Code (ORC). That is unless, he stole gas. Fortunately for him it was reduced to "attempted" as always because he got caught. He is lucky that he wasn't sentenced to 6 months in jail and or a $1000 fine as outlined in the ORC. I hope he learned his lesson.

By the way, saying that the store, "hired a bunch of retarded kids," only shows your level of intelligence. Good Day!

 

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AUTHOR: Tell the truth - (United States of America)

It amazes me that people get caught stealing and want to run to this site. It also amazes me that your fianc didn't submit this himself because you are only subjected to what he told you. I know for a fact that you weren't in the office with him but you report as if you were there every step of the way.

If it were only $1.09 worth of merchandise, he would not have been prosecuted unless he had more stuff or he gave false information to the officer. We don't waste the time of Police if it is "petty" petty theft as you describe. If did nothing wrong, your attorney would have shown that in court.

Caution should be used when trying to make others feel sorry for you. This is the information age and browsing through the Clermont county court page reveals the truth. Also, as an employee in an Ohio store I know that losing your license for petty theft is not part of the Ohio Revised Code (ORC). That is unless, he stole gas. Fortunately for him it was reduced to "attempted" as always because he got caught. He is lucky that he wasn't sentenced to 6 months in jail and or a $1000 fine as outlined in the ORC. I hope he learned his lesson.

By the way, saying that the store, "hired a bunch of retarded kids," only shows your level of intelligence. Good Day!

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