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Four people were arrested and charged Wednesday in connection to the theft of more than 600 items from the Clinton Walmart.
Knoxville Police called the Clinton Police Department and informed them that there had been a theft at the Walmart in Clinton and that four suspects had been detained in Knoxville in connection to thefts at several area Walmarts, including the one in Clinton.
KPD and CPD officers met in the loss prevention office of the local store and, after making sure the suspects had been read their rights, asked if they had been involved with the Clinton theft. All four indicated that they were indeed involved.
In all, they made off with 637 miscellaneous items valued altogether at $3,170. The suspects are all Clinton residents and are identified as 28-year-old Angel Baker, 29-year-old Derrick Baker, 39-year-old Leonard Grubb, and 26-year-old Tammy Grubb.
All four were charged with felony theft and both Grubbs were also charged with criminal trespassing. They remained in custody at the Anderson County Jail on Thursday morning.
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