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Woman Says Irritable Bowel Drove Her to Shoplifting

In a curious incident reported in Florida, USA, a 61-year-old woman caught shoplifting said she could not wait for too long// in the queue to pay her bill as she was suffering from irritable bowels. A new side-effect of irritable bowel syndrome seems to have been discovered in the USA. It...

Brains of Bulimia Patients Wired Differently

...s with bulimia nervosa are very impulsive, not only in an inability to stop eating everything in front of them, but there is also a high prevalence of shoplifting and drug abuse in this population," Marsh said. Mood disorders are also common in these women, indicating that problems with behavioral self-regulatio...

Winona Ryders Arrest Got Her Rid of Drug Dependence

... Actress Winona Ryder says that the notorious incident of her arrest for shoplifting from a Saks Fifth Avenue store in December 2001 somehow worked as a blessing for her because it got rid of her dependence on drugs. This is ...
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Shoplifting - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Shoplifting is theft of goods from a retail establishment. It is one of the most common property crimes dealt with by police and courts.

For Teens: Shoplifting

Shoplifting can be a lot more serious than people realize. ... But shoplifting rarely affects the store as much as it affects the people who shop there. Some ...

Shoplifting | Petty Theft | Grand Theft | Los Angeles Criminal Defense ...

If you've been caught Shoplifting, for first offense, or repeat offenses, call ... Prosecutors analyze each Shoplifting case individually. ...

Shoplifting: West's Encyclopedia of American Law (Full Article) from ...

Shop·lift·ing n. Larceny committed in a shop; the stealing of anything from a shop. ... Shoplifting is the practice of stealing merchandise from retail ...

Shoplifting Theft Stealing

... an online theft class for people court ordered to attend a theft or shoplifting class on stealing. ... Shoplifting.org. Resources: 1) Locate contemporary theft ...

Center for Problem Oriented Policing | Problem Guides | Shoplifting

The mission of The Center for Problem-Oriented Policing is to advance the concept and practice of problem-oriented policing in open and democratic societies.
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