A Walmart surveillance camera led to the arrest of 30-year-old Levi Adams, of Mesa, on Monday June 4. Adams had allegedly been changing price tags on bicycles in the store around 1:45 AM and awas caught on camera, leading employees to call the police. The Walmart store where the incident took place is located around the intersection of Baseline Road and Stapley Drive.
Upon their arrival, police say Adams admitted to having methamphetamine. A vehicle belonging to a friend of Adams’ was searched, and police report that they found a flare gun and a fake ID, which Adams also admitted belonged to him. Adams has a previous history of arrest, including arrests for shoplifting and concealed weapons charges.
The charges against Adams in this most recent arrest include possessing dangerous drugs, possession of a prohibited weapon, and possession of a fake ID, along with the charges for tag switching.
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