Woman created multiple IDs to return items to Walmart, warrant says

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JONESTOWN, Texas (KXAN) — An arrest warrant has been issued for a woman who reportedly created multiple IDs to return items to Walmart.

According to the warrant, the car carrying Lago Vista resident Lisa Marlene Kibbe, 57, as a passenger was stopped by an officer for having an expired registration date on her vehicle. At this time, Kibbe admitted to the officer that she had an empty baggy in her purse that she was going to put her marijuana into.

The officer asked Kibbe to show her what she was talking about, and Kibbe pulled two baggies from her purse — one which had not been used yet and one that had a white powder-like residue inside. The officer asked Kibbe if the residue was from methamphetamine and Kibbe said yes.

This caused the officer to begin a search of the vehicle.

The officer then found multiple driver’s licenses from different people, multiple driver’s licenses from Kibbe that had altered driver’s license numbers and names, driver’s licenses with Kibbe’s picture on them but different names, two Social Security cards that did not belong to her, and lamination kits used to laminate identification cards.

Kibbe explained that she used the ID cards to return items from Walmart. She said that the store has a policy that doesn’t allow a person to return items more than three times. The woman said she buys items that are on clearance at one Walmart and saves the reciepts. She then goes to a different Walmart where the items are not on sale and returns them for a smaller profit than she originally paid.

Once arrested, Kibbe will be charged with third degree felony tampering with a governmental record and her bond will be set at $25,000.

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