Woman arrested at Walmart for shoplifting also carried methamphetamine and hypodermic needle, police say
Alyssa Zebrasky was arrested again, this time at a Walmart for an alleged shoplifting incident. Police also found drugs on her person. She has a very memorable mugshot.
27-year-old Alyssa Zebrasky, of Austintown, was in jail once again after police arrested her for trying to shoplift from a Walmart located in Boardman, Ohio. The police officers also discovered that she was carrying drugs.
The police were responding to a call from the Walmart that suggested a woman had stolen a bag on her way out. When police arrived, it was Zebrasky whom they confronted and that's when they discovered she had drugs on her.
Officers said they also found a hypodermic needle, methamphetamine and a Suboxone pill in her purse.
Zebrasky had a warrant for her arrest because she didn't show up in court for charges out of Austintown, police said.
Last month, she was arrested because police said she would not cooperate with officers.
Police were looking for a chase suspect and told several people on a home's front porch to get off for their own safety. They said Zebrasky refused to do so and claimed to have a knife on her.
In addition to the theft charge, Zebrasky faces charges of possession of drugs, possessing drug abuse instruments and obstructing official business.
That's not how shopping spree at Walmart is supposed to go.