GLASGOW — Glasgow police officers continue to make arrests for shoplifting.
On Friday, Sarah Leanne Damron, 22, of Bowling Green, was arrested for shoplifting at Walmart.
Damron was charged with theft by unlawful taking (shoplifting).
The store's loss prevention officers told police officers they had observed Damron and Amy Nicole Burton, 40, also of Bowling Green, conceal merchandise on her persons and attempt to leave the store without paying for the merchandise, according to a Glasgow Police Department report.
Damron was lodged in the Barren County Detention Center and was released on Saturday, according to the jail's website.
Burton was cited for theft by unlawful taking under $500 (shoplifting).
Also arrested for shoplifting at Walmart was Jason D. Richey, 28, of Glasgow.
Richey was arrested Friday and charged with theft by unlawful taking/disposition (shoplifting), second-degree disorderly conduct and public intoxication (controlled substance, excluding alcohol).
The store's loss prevention officers told police they observed Richey cut merchandise out of packages in the hardware section and conceal the items. The total value of the items shoplifted was $115.74.
Richey had slurred speech and behaved as though he was under the influence of some type of drug, the police report stated.
Richey was belligerent and cursed loudly enough for Walmart customers to hear him. He also cursed in Walmart at the officer, as well as while he was being escorted to the police car, the report stated.
While in the car, Richey also appeared to be trying to kick the door and stated he was trying to get the police officer's attention.
Richey was lodged in the Barren County Detention Center. While at the jail, Richey said he had been up for five days on meth, the report stated.
At press time, he was still incarcerated, according to the jail's website.
Dante A. Latham, 18, of Bowling Green, was arrested on Sunday for shoplifting at Walmart.
Police asked Latham his age while he was still in custody of the store's loss prevention officer. Latham told police he was 15.
The store's loss prevention officers told police Latham attempted to deprive the store of numerous video games and movies. The grand total of theft was $231.61, according to a police report.
Before leaving the store, Latham told police he was actually 18 and gave his real name. He had previously told the store's loss prevention officers that he was name was Andre´ Martin.
Latham was lodged in the Barren County Detention Center. At press time, he remained incarcerated, according to the jail's website.
Loren Dale Huddleston, 48, of Glasgow, was arrested Saturday and charged with alcohol intoxication and possession of marijuana.
Police observed Huddleston riding a bicycle in a westward direction on West Cherry Street. Reflectors on the bicycle were not visible when police drove behind him.
Police pulled up beside Huddleston, rolled down the police cruiser's window and asked Huddleston to get on the sidewalk. When Huddleston spoke to the police officers, they detected a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage, noticed he had slurred speech and seemed unsteady on his feet, according to the police report.
The police report stated Huddleston was under the influence of an alcoholic beverage to the degree that he may endanger himself or other people, or even to property.
Huddleston was lodged in the Barren County Detention Center and released on Monday, according to the jail's website.