UPDATE: Russellville Police say alleged Walmart thief returned tablet

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RUSSELLVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) – Investigators with the Russellville Police Department said an alleged thief returned a stolen tablet to the owners.

The incident happened at Walmart on October 30th after a couple put the tablet down at an employment computer, and it was stolen. The person returned it to the owners Friday after watching the Crime Stoppers report. The couple will not press charges.

The Lauderdale County District Attorney’s Office is looking for multiple criminals wanted for writing worthless checks and failing to pay court fees.

 

Joshua Goins owes almost $6,000 dollars in district court fees.

They are also looking for Miranda Dawn Barrett. She’s wanted for owing a combined $1,306 in worthless checks and court fees.

Nicholas Lenz is also wanted by the DA’s office for owing about $750 dollars in district court fees.

The Shoals Area Crime Stoppers tip line is waiting for your tips on any of these people. That number is (256) 386-8685.

The call is anonymous and worth to $1,000 in cash.

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