COOKEVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- Police in Cookeville say they found 111 stolen items concealed on the person and in the purse of an Overton County woman.
A police report cited by the Cookeville Herald-Citizen stated 48-year-old Christine Troxell Reeder of the Monroe community was stopped by a Walmart security employee, who called city police on Tuesday.
The police report said Reeder was cited for shoplifting after jewelry, clothing, toys, crafts and one package of zip-lock bags were found hidden. The combined value of the concealed items was about $435, according to the report.
Police did not elaborate on how the items were concealed.
Reeder could not be contacted for comment. No published telephone listing is associated with her street address.
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