Supermarket Shoplifting Cases Keep This Court Busy

Just about every Thursday, one or more defendants accused of shoplifting from the Meijer store in one of Detroit’s newest shopping centers appear before Judge Kenneth King to explain their actions and, sometimes, accept their punishment. The grocery theft cases are a regular part of King’s docket in 36th District Court.

One recent Thursday, King passed judgment on a young woman who stole $200 in crab legs from the store at Woodward and Eight Mile and a man who stole meat from the store’s deli, plus liquor to go along with his meal… The Detroit News

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