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TeddyJo Marie Fliam Wiki, Bio, Age, Family, charged, arrested

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A Michigan woman is being charged after allegedly stealing items from Walmart by failing to scan all of her items at the self-checkout.

Police say TeddyJo Marie Fliam, 34, was using self-checkout at an Alpena County Walmart when loss prevention workers noticed she wasn’t scanning every item. Fliam became agitated and denied that she was skipping items as she confronted a loss prevention worker and left the store, according to a Fox 2 report.

The incident prompted the store to review surveillance footage of her, which showed that Fliam had stolen more than $1,000 worth of merchandise by failing to scan it from Walmart since April.

TeddyJo Marie Fliam Age

TeddyJo Marie Fliam is 34 years old.

Charged – Arrested

TeddyJo Marie  Fliam was arrested at her Alpena home last month and is charged with retail fraud in the first degree.

Police: TeddyJo Marie Fliam stole more than $1,000 worth of items from Walmart since April

The Alpena County Walmart loss prevention team recently began cracking down on thefts at the self-checkout, with Michigan State Police recording two similar incidents in which people were arrested after exchanging barcodes while items were removed.

Walmart began using artificial intelligence to crack down on self-checkout thefts in 2019, using cameras to make sure all bagged items are scanned.
The system, known internally as Missing Scan Detection, can monitor automated and manned pay stations and reports potential missed scans to an assistant who can investigate.

“Walmart is making a true investment to ensure the safety of our customers and associates,” a Walmart spokesperson said at the time. “Over the last three years, the company has invested more than half a billion dollars in an effort to prevent, reduce and deter crime in our stores and parking lots. We continually invest in people, programs and technology to keep our stores and communities safe. .”

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