Tide detergent under lock and key

Tide thefts have forced a Midtown Tulsa Walgreens to lock it up.

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rhondaburkett - 12/6/2012 11:14 AM
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I am Rhonda Burkett, and this is absolutely UNTRUE. I was arrested for writing a bad check, I admit it. But it had Nothing To Do with Tide detergent! I am paying my price, but it was Not as much as they say in this article, and again, nothing to do with any detergents, or organized crime at all. It was me, myself and I. Sorry folks, everything you read on the internet is not true. Hard times created the need to steal, but I admitted it all when I got caught, and am paying the price.

aleman - 6/9/2012 11:16 AM
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The one on Admiral is the one I was talking about.It's bad enough in the daytime but at night ...oooh!I'm a big guy but I was nervous you never know bunch of them jump on me and make a Mannwich out of me.Scary.

watchdog11 - 6/8/2012 10:29 PM
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I don't use Tide, I can't tell it is one bit better than any other cheaper brand. I used to see stealing everytime I went to Walmart, I'm sure it still happens, I just don't shop there any more, all I buy there now is diapers for my grandbaby, but only because they come in large packs, as soon as I find another place to get the big packgages or my grandbaby is potty trained I won't spend one red cent there, it is like going into a dirty back alley with drug addicts, hookers and pimps, a fight would break out every time I went to the Admiral one, food from the refrigerated boxes sitting on shelves, food opened and eaten from, lids opened and part eaten out then set back on the shelves, spoiled rotten meat, to be fair I also see a lot of this at several other chain stores too. people are just trying to out scum each other now. I don't have any doubt there are theft gangs, maybe not that many though, hundreds seems a little hard to believe, if Tide didn't over price their stuff it would'nt be a target for theft, I would feel like a fool paying that kind of price for something that is going to go down the drain, I'll just keep my cheap soap, my laundry is sparkling clean and smells great and I don't pay a fortune to wash it.

aleman - 6/7/2012 4:50 PM
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I made the mistake of going into the wal-mart at one in the morning on an emergency run for a family member.It was like "The Night of the Living Dead" zombies everywhere I won't be do that anymore,are these freaks snorting Tide now?

mustangdriver - 6/7/2012 4:39 PM
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One reason why I do NOT live in Tulsa. Why would anyone in their right mind want to live next to a bunch of Tide stealing theives? :)

bowlerdave - 6/7/2012 7:59 AM
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I just think it is hilarious that the Admiral and Memorial Wal Mart locks up certain items. But, if you go to the Wal Mart by ORU, those items are sitting free on the shelf.

billw001 - 6/7/2012 7:49 AM
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No one in their right mind would chance their freedom for detergent..... A bunch of dumbazzes

kindagreywolf - 6/7/2012 7:22 AM
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Stores should get stolen from to see how it feels. Being disabled with a disability check, they jack up food prices at the beginning of the month, bleed people dry then drop prices again.

roadhunter - 6/7/2012 7:04 AM
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Absolute nonsense. Tulsa is not home to 60-80 groups of shoplifters who use this as a home base and travel to surrounding cities. That simply isn't true.
 
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