Berkeley Springs woman accused of embezzling from Walmart
MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — A Berkeley Springs, W.Va., woman is accused of embezzling about $1,400 cash from the Walmart store at Spring Mills this summer, according to Berkeley County Magistrate Court documents.
Sherri Elaine Davis, 20, was arraigned Saturday on one felony county of embezzlement by Magistrate Harry L. Snow, according to court documents.
She was being Monday night in Eastern Regional Jail on $10,000 bail, according to court and jail records.
Police say Davis also admitted in a written statement to “bagging unpaid merchandise for other associates, family and friends, receiving bagged unpaid merchandise from other associates, and taking items such as chips, candy bars and sodas without (paying) for them,” according to a complaint filed in magistrate court by West Virginia State Police Trooper B.D. French.
When French questioned Davis about the allegations Friday night, the defendant allegedly indicated she had been employed by Walmart for three or four weeks, and began removing money from the cash register after about two weeks on the job, according to court documents.