Arrests made in larceny investigation at Logan Walmart

LOGAN, W.Va. — State police say they’ve arrested a pair of women for taking nearly $1,300 in items from the Logan Walmart.

Troopers said Alexandria Hatcher and Victoria Ford have been charged with grand larceny and conspiracy to commit grand larceny.

According to investigators, Hatcher and Ford entered the Walmart on Oct. 30, grabbed a couple of plastic totes and then put several items into the totes. Troopers said the women then walked out of the store without paying.

Troopers said they learned Hatcher and Ford tried the same thing at a Walmart in South Williamson, Kentucky, and when that wasn’t successful they came to Logan.

Hatcher and Ford were arrested this past weekend and taken to the Southwestern Regional Jail.

More News

Morgantown native hopes to revive film project to tell the story of 'the woman behind WVU's golden age of basketball'
Sharon F. Lee says it weighs heavy on her that wasn't able to get Ann Dinardi project done before the deaths of Jerry West and Hot Rod Hundley.
June 16, 2024 - 9:12 am
Bond at $1 million for alleged family reunion shooter
Four people were shot.
June 15, 2024 - 10:05 pm
Marion County lawmaker opposes privatization of state-run health facilities; state hiring new workers
Joey Garcia has been taking part in legislative visits.
June 15, 2024 - 4:42 pm
State Department of Education backs Wetzel superintendent in Paden City decision
WVDE says it's confident in Cassandra Porter's authority and reasoning.
June 15, 2024 - 12:01 pm