WICHITA FALLS, Texas (KFDX/KJTL)– A lady with 10 previous convictions for theft deals with a state prison felony charge after authorities stated she left a Wichita Falls supermarket with numerous packs of bacon valued at over $100 without paying.
Natasha LaGail Latchett, 34, of Wichita Falls, is charged with theft under $2,500 with 2 or more previous convictions.
Latchett is presently being held at the Wichita County Jail on a $10,000 bond.
According to the affidavit, the supposed theft took place on August 7, 2022, at United Supermarket on Old Jacksboro Highway inWichita Falls
Police stated a supervisor called the front desk of the Wichita Falls Police Department and submitted a report, specifying at around 8:36 p.m., a female suspect later on determined as Latchett went into the grocery store and chosen numerous packs of bacon.
The supervisor informed authorities the overall worth of the packs of bacon was $107.94.
According to the report, Latchett stopped working to spend for any of the products, strolled past all points of sale, and left business. When a supervisor challenged her in the car park, she repelled in a White Dodge Charger, leaving the bacon that wasn’t spent for behind.
Latchett has a prolonged criminal history with over 30 arrests and 10 previous convictions for theft.
In December 2019, Latchett got a 1-year state prison sentence for 5 previous theft charges, consisting of a charge from 2018 when authorities stated she took 4 packages of Kool-Aid from the United Supermarket on Old Iowa Park Road.
Just a month prior to she was sentenced, Latchett was jailed at Target in Wichita Falls in November 2019 for apparently trying to take a bag and numerous products of clothes valued at simply above $150.
A couple of weeks prior, in October 2019, Latchett was jailed for a supposed shoplifting effort of a $5 bottle of red wine in October that became a break-in charge when authorities stated she and the male she was with battled with the supervisor while they attempted to go out the door.