Shoplifter admits to repeated thefts, bringing her own tools to help make stealing easier

Wounded Arrow had her own pliers and a devise used to deactivate anti-shoplifting devices. (Source: MCSO)

From The Martin County Sheriff’s Office: 32-year old Nicole Kathleen Wounded Arrow of Ft. Pierce openly admitted that she went to Kohl’s Department store to steal.

But when she walked out of the store with more than $400.00 worth unpaid merchandise, she never anticipated getting caught.

Loss prevention officials saw Wounded Arrow leave with a tote full of unpaid merchandise, so they called the sheriff’s office.

While questioning Wounded Arrow, deputies found that she also had her own pliers and a devise used to deactivate anti-shoplifting devices.

Wounded Arrow said she lost her job and needed Christmas presents for herself and her friends. $403.00 worth of watches, jewelry, clothing and pajamas were recovered.

Nicole Wounded Arrow said this is her sixth stealing spree at Kohl’s in three months.

Nicole Wounded Arrow was charged with Grand Theft and Use or Possession of an Anti-Shoplifting device.

She was transported to the Martin County Jail on a $10,000 bond.

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