Violent Shoplifting Case Heads To Grand Jury

The case against a former EKU football player is headed to the grand jury.

Davin Walker's attorney asked in court Wednesday morning that his client's first degree robbery charge be decreased, but the judge denied that request.

Officers say Walker shoplifted from the Richmond Wal-Mart, and while trying to get away, pushed a 69-year-old woman into a shopping cart, causing her to fall.

The woman lost part of her thumb in the incident.

Walker pleaded not guilty to the charges.


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  • by NATALIA Location: MIAMI on Mar 13, 2009 at 05:40 PM
    I THINK THEY SHOULD GIVE HIM A OTHER CHANCE IN HE IN SCHOOL IN TRYING TO DO SOMETHING WITH HIM SELF.EVERYONE MAKE MISTAKE IN HE IS LEARNING FROM IT..THE ONE THEY NEED TO LOCK UP HIS THE ONES THATS KILLING OUT HERE IN THE WORLD...
  • by Me! Location: Ky on Jul 17, 2008 at 06:38 AM
    Yet another case of "don't punish him so severely". He will most likely get off scott free. Our justice system makes me sick.
  • by grumpy on Jul 16, 2008 at 05:26 PM
    a shoplifting becomes robbery when you use force or injure some one during the act let him serve the time that meats the crime he could have stopped and gave up but no he knocked down the manager and hurt a elderly lady that made it robbery
  • by She Location: Richmond on Jul 16, 2008 at 01:20 PM
    Why bother with the trial, he is guilty, guilty, guilty. Just a waste of tax payers money and time.

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