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Financial crimes hold St. Joseph man
11/20/2017

(KAIR)--A Saint Joseph, Missouri man is arrested, accused of financial-related crimes dating back to October that allegedly took place in Atchison.

Atchison Police Chief Mike Wilson tells MSC News 33-year-old Nicholas Pickett was apprehended last week. On the afternoon of October 19, officers investigated a case that had occurred earier that day at Walmart. That investigation determined that a person identified as 33-year-old Nicholas Pickett, of Saint Joseph, Missouri, had taken several items in the store, to the service desk, where he fraudulently obtained a refund of $112 on the items. He also left the store with other items valued at around $150.”

Wilson says Pickett was taken into custody in Saint Joseph on a District Court Warrant for computer crime, theft, and theft by deception.

Following his arrest, Pickett was transported to Atchison and booked into the Atchison County Jail.

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