A Walmart Thief Says She Was Playing a Game Called “21,” Where You Dump Stolen Stuff in a Random Car?

A 30-year-old woman in Florida named Amber McCann was caught shoplifting from a Walmart last week, and she had no shortage of stories for why she was stealing.

In a very confusing discussion with the cops, she initially said she was playing a “really fun” game called “21,” where someone grabs as much merchandise from a store as they can, walks out without paying, and tries not to get caught.

She originally said she dumped the items, along with her purse and ID, in a “random car”, and that’s part of the game.  But later she said that it was a rental car that her boyfriend had, and that he didn’t know about her theft, because he’s too old to play the game.  (???)

The police eventually figured out which car it was, and found more than $1,000 worth of stolen goods in the backseat.

They also found drugs including marijuana and meth, along with drug paraphernalia and a locked safe with bars of silver, copper, and platinum.  Those weren’t from Walmart, of course.

Amber was charged with grand theft, possession of marijuana, hashish, and Alprazolam, possession of drug paraphernalia, and trafficking of meth.

(The Flagler County Sheriff’s Office put out video of their fascinating chat with Amber, and there’s a good chance she’s ON SOMETHING.  Either way, she seems very confident about whatever she’s saying.)

(Warning, there’s profanity in the video.)

 

(Fox 13 News)