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ROCKWOOD, Tenn. (WVLT) - A Harriman woman faces seven charges, all related to a recent trip she made to the Wal-Mart in Rockwood.
The problem? Police say among other things, the woman was naked and shoplifting.
According to a police report Angelia Marie Mayo, 29, walked into the store around 4:10 p.m. Tuesday and started filling a garbage bag full of make up and jewelry.
Mayo then stripped naked and started trying on clothes after throwing her own clothes in the trash, the report says.
Police searched her purse and found 36 Xanax pills and 10 Suboxen pills. The report says she also told officers she had just taken two of the pills.
Police say Mayo told officers she didn't know where the pills came from. The report goes on to say Mayo, "...didn't know where she was at, what time is what, or the day."
She was then arrested and charged with theft, possession of controlled substances, public indecency, public intoxication and criminal trespassing.
But that's not all, police say she pulled her right hand out of her handcuffs as she was being taken to jail. That added an escape charge.
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