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Mom Accused of Shoplifting By Stuffing Wii Games in Son's Shorts

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EDMOND, Oklahoma -- A mother is accused of stuffing Wii video games in her son's short to try to steal them from an Edmond Walmart.

Patricia Ann Anderson, 44, Oklahoma City, was arrested Sunday on complaints of shoplifting and contributing to the delinquency of a minor.

Witness at the Walmart on Danforth Road told police they saw Anderson stuff the games in her son's shorts and try to leave the store without paying for them, according to a police report.

A Walmart employee stopped the mother and 11-year-old son and recovered six of the games before calling police, the report read.

Police officers stopped the woman and the boy walking in a parking lot of a business across the street. The boy told police that his mother had stuffed nine video games in his shorts while in the store. When they were stopped by the Walmart employee they returned six of the games, but kept three of them hidden in his shorts, according to the police report.

Anderson was booked into the Edmond City jail on Sunday afternoon. She also has an outstanding Oklahoma County warrant for shoplifting.

Read the Police Report

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