According to the Sacramento Sheriff's Office, which is conducting the investigation, officers received a call from loss prevention officers from a Walmart in Rancho Cordova at 6:45 p.m. Tuesday. The officers told deputies that a white male adult suspect was cutting tags off merchandise with a pocket knife.
Apples, Gala - $1.35 lb $1.47 lb $1.47 lb
This was the first thing I saw when I walked into the Walmart in Rancho Cordova. A big bin of Gala apples with a huge, guaranteed low price, 12¢ more than the Folsom store.
The Walmart in Folsom had the bottles out. The Walmart in Rancho Cordova had the bottles (which one clerk described as "the good stuff") up front next to the registers, and the Walmart in South Sacramento had the liquor in a locked case, where the Absolut was tucked behind a red sticker advising the dangers of alcohol consumption.