‘Shopping like they have a list': Video captured DICK’S retail theft before pursuit, crash on I-43
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"They're shopping like they have a list," said a DICK'S store manager in video obtained by FOX6 News from Grafton police.

via WITI:

GRAFTON, Wis. (WITI) -- Grafton police on Monday, Jan. 27 released surveillance video showing a brazen theft inside DICK'S Sporting Goods -- a crime that ended in a serious crash on I-43 near Silver Spring Drive on Jan. 19. Darrell Brown, 37, and Letosha Walton, 36, both of Milwaukee, were each charged with retail theft -- intentionally taking greater than $500 to $5,000, as party to a crime (with an added repeater modifier for Brown).

Cameras were rolling when prosecutors said Brown and Walton sorted through multiple items they planned to steal at DICK'S. Brown later told investigators they had no business grabbing the items, the video showed. Brown allegedly told police Walton ran out of the store without paying -- and that he followed because "he was scared."

Police said the pursuit began after the suspects stole nearly $2,000 worth of merchandise from the store -- leading to a 100 miles per hour pursuit that ended in a crash, bringing traffic to a standstill. Dashcam video showed the suspect vehicle slammed into a retaining wall and flipped another vehicle onto its hood. Thankfully, the two women inside that vehicle were not hurt.

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