Alaysha Williams, 21, became aggressive and began reaching over the counter, the report stated. When a manager saw her, she told Williams she wasn't allowed to reach for the drawer and Williams threatened to punch her.
While at the police station, Williams admitted she was trying to short-change the cashier. This is the second arrest Bath police have made in a short-change scam. Read the first report here.
When Bath Police arrived, they found Williams had a warrant out through Willoughby Hills but they declined to come get her, the report stated.
Officers charged Williams with theft by deception and menacing. She was also banned from Shell True North.
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