Woman accused of not scanning all items at self-checkout at The Villages Walmart won't be arrested: deputies

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A woman accused of not scanning all of her items at self-checkout and walking out without paying for them won't be arrested, according to the Sumter County Sheriff's Office. 

The incident was first reported on the sheriff's office Facebook on Monday, but the post has since been deleted. When FOX 35 News reached out for an update, deputies said they were able to identify and speak to her. Walmart has allowed her to come and pay for the un-scanned items and opted not to prosecute, they said. 

There will be no arrest. 

The incident happened at the Neighborhood Walmart at 270 Heald Way in The Villages at around 9 a.m. on July 28, deputies said. 

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The woman was caught on surveillance camera filling reusable shopping bags with various items before heading to self-checkout, where she only scanned a few of the items, deputies said. She allegedly skipped scanning most of the items in the bags and then passed all points of sale without paying for the un-scanned items on the way to her car.