45-year-old Felicia Smith is free on pre-trial release after she was booked last week on a 19-year-old warrant charging her with taking $700 from her cash drawers when she was employed by Bellevue Home Depot in 2003. The warrant says she confessed to the theft at the time, but she was never booked on the warrant, which remained open all these years. She took the $700 between June and September of 2003. She is scheduled to appear in court in December.
18-year-old Monterious Gaines faces a Class C felony theft charge after Home Depot on Powell Ave. hired him as an associate, and in the span of 42 days, he stole $21,989.50 from the business.
20-year-old Antonio Cruz was found standing underneath the outside sprinklers at the Home Depot on Bell road, extremely intoxicated and enjoying the drops of water raining down on him. A store manager attempted to ask him to leave the property, but when he continued to remain under the sprinklers, police were alerted. When he was unable to tell him who he was or where he stayed, they took him into custody for public intoxication.
21-year-old Yvette Muhawe signed a confession, admitting to leaving the cash drawer open after completing a transaction at the Antioch Home Depot where she worked, and after the customer walks away, taking money from the register. On November 29th she took $3,868, and on November 30 the amount was $3,637. She is charged with two felony counts of theft and is free on pre-trial release.
22-year-old John Charles was charged with two counts of theft after he was caught on video taking items from Home Depot and witnessed by Loss Prevention pawning the stolen items at Cash America.
49-year-old Shawn Byrd was charged with four counts of burglary and five counts of theft of property after stealing from a Madison Home Depot on five separate occasions. The estimated total of the looted items was valued at nearly $1,200.
20-year-old Johnathan Hasty was charged with three counts theft of merchandise stemming from three incidents between December of 2019 and January of 2020.