Ohio Woman Allegedly Left Small Children in Car While Shoplifting
The charges just kept stacking up on this suspect after the Liberty Police showed arrived on the scene.
Late Wednesday evening the police were called to the Walmart in Liberty Township. Liberty is a small town the sits between Youngstown and Warren, Ohio. The police were responding to a report of an "unruly theft suspect." At first this was just a simple shoplifting bust. At least, that's what the officers thought before the 27-year-old suspect identified herself as a dead family member. The police found an ID with her actual name, Tiara Leflore in her fanny pack. Now we have shoplifting and giving false information to law enforcement. Sounds like this suspect is done. Nope, it turns out she's an Olympic Athlete of bad decisions. The police then discovered that this suspect had a couple more surprises up her sleeve according to WKBN 27,
Upon her arrest, Leflore told police that she was worried about her children, which she admitted to leaving in a vehicle in the parking lot, according to a police report. Police said Leflore did not have a valid driver’s license, and there were no car seats in the vehicle.
If you're keeping score, here's where Leflore is in her "bad decision Olympics."
1. Drove to Walmart without a valid driver's license.
2. Shoplifting at Walmart
3. Identified herself as a dead family member to police.
4. Left a 3-year-old and 8-year-old in her unlocked vehicle while she shoplifted.
Leflore was charged with theft, obstructing official business and endangering children.