An Oregon shoplifter tried to roll out a cartful of stolen merchandise by hiding in a crowd of Black Friday shoppers in November 2014 in Oregon.
It didn’t work.
In a moment of non-surprise, 35-year-old Jacqueline Underwood was found in possession of methamphetamine after her stunt at a Fred Meyer store in Corvallis, Ore., authorities said.
She had loaded a cart with TVs, Blu-ray players, PS3 games and clothes and then walked out of the store, which was full of Black Friday shoppers. Police say the items were worth over $1,500.
The woman was contacted by police for questioning and was found with meth. She was booked into the Benton County Jail on charges of first-degree theft and possession of methamphetamine.