Florida Man Threatens Man With Machete To Go Steal Beer From Walmart

Michael Richard Laplante

MERRITT ISLAND, Florida – A Florida man is in jail after he allegedly threatened another man with a machete to make him to steal beer from a Walmart in Merritt Island, Florida.

The victim was inside his friend’s boat in a wooded area near Kiwanis Island park that is just west of the Walmart Supercenter located at 1500 East Merritt Island Causeway. Full Story ⤳

Girl Scout cookies, $20 lead to ‘mass chaos’ at Palm Coast Wal-Mart

Daniel Kennedy (pictured) was arrested and charged with three counts of simple battery and one count of disorderly conduct. His brother, whose name wasn't released because he's a minor, was charged with one count of simple battery and one count of disorderly conduct. (Flagler County Sheriff's Office)
Daniel Kennedy (pictured) was arrested and charged with three counts of simple battery and one count of disorderly conduct. His brother, whose name wasn’t released because he’s a minor, was charged with one count of simple battery and one count of disorderly conduct. (Flagler County Sheriff’s Office)

An argument between two teenagers and sellers at a Girl Scout cookies stand outside the Wal-Mart in Palm Coast turned loud, violent and ended with boxes of cookies “strewn all over the sidewalk and frantic patrons everywhere” on Saturday, according to the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office. Full Story ⤳

350-pound Florida Man flees from Walmart with two stolen TVs, leaving behind his pants and ID. Cops then find crack pipe stuffed with Brillo in his anus.

OCTOBER 5–In a scene deserving of a “Yakety Sax” score, a 350-pound Florida man ran from a Walmart with two stolen TVs, but his getaway was compromised when his pants–containing his ID–“fell off as he ran away,” according to cops who yesterday apprehended the suspect, who had a crack pipe stuffed with Brillo buried in his anus at the time of his 3:43 AM arrest.

According to court complaints, Columbus Henderson fled from a Walmart Supercenter in Fort Lauderdale on September 26 with a pair of 40-inch Hisense televisions. Henderson, seen at right, bolted with the merchandise after he allowed a cashier to scan the $298 items. Full Story ⤳