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St. Paul man steals more than $1,000 in crab & steaks, & He’s done it before

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Sedwick Hunter walked into a Cub Foods in Arden Hills last month and filled a grocery cart with enough steak and seafood for a feast, authorities say. Then he walked out without paying for any of it.

The St. Paul man concealed 12 packages of crab legs, 33 packages of steak and six rolls of hamburger meat totaling more than $1,000 in black plastic bags before exiting the store last March, according to charges filed against him Friday in Ramsey County District Court.

 

However, Hunter was easily recognized by the store’s loss prevention staff because it’s a tactic he’s used several times before at other metro-area Cub locations, court documents say.

Last November, for example, Hunter fled from the same store with some 30 pounds of crab legs and more than 20 packages of red meat, according to a criminal complaint filed against him a month later.

The outcome of that case is pending.

 

In 2015, he attempted to make off from a St. Paul Cub Foods with some $600 worth of crab, ribeye and T-bone steaks but was detained by store staff, according to legal documents.

The 46-year-old was convicted of felony theft in that instance in early 2016 and received a five-year stayed sentence, which was less than the recommended sentence under state sentencing guidelines.

He was also ordered to spend 120 days in jail.

Hunter was charged via warrant with one count of felony-level theft for the latest instance, the complaint said.

 

He does not yet appear to be in custody and no attorney was listed for him in court records.

Hunter has racked up nearly 20 theft convictions over the years, court records say. While most are misdemeanors, at least three are felonies.

https://www.twincities.com/2019/04/12/st-paul-man-charged-with-stealing-more-than-1000-in-crab-and-steaks-from-cub-foods-charges-say-hes-done-it-before-too/

 

 

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I hope they inform his cell mate, when they arrest him, that he’s known to have crabs.

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What, no butter for the crab legs? Surf and turf, Baby!

 

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Hopefully one day, with the advances in gene research, we can identify some genetic component to this type of vermin.

 

Cure cancer, just in a different way.

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There are all kind of dishonest people trying to beat the system, few months ago was in a local restaurant with a few buddies when at the next table the local police were handcuffing this women, we noticed b4 she was in a rather heated conversation with the owner showing him some foreign object she had  supposedly taken out of the food she was eating, seems she has a long record of going to eateries and finding things in her food after having an expensive meals and not wanting to pay the bill, this owner recognized her as she had done the same act about a year previously and he let her go without paying and he apologized profusely to the thief ..article about her was in the newspaper and a dozen restaurant owners recognized her,  Wonder if she'll not want to pick up the tab in jail ..takes a lot of you know what to try and get away with a scheme like that ..:eat::eat:  

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2 hours ago, TBO said:

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Sedwick Hunter walked into a Cub Foods in Arden Hills last month and filled a grocery cart with enough steak and seafood for a feast, authorities say. Then he walked out without paying for any of it.

The St. Paul man concealed 12 packages of crab legs, 33 packages of steak and six rolls of hamburger meat totaling more than $1,000 in black plastic bags before exiting the store last March, according to charges filed against him Friday in Ramsey County District Court.

 

However, Hunter was easily recognized by the store’s loss prevention staff because it’s a tactic he’s used several times before at other metro-area Cub locations, court documents say.

Last November, for example, Hunter fled from the same store with some 30 pounds of crab legs and more than 20 packages of red meat, according to a criminal complaint filed against him a month later.

The outcome of that case is pending.

 

In 2015, he attempted to make off from a St. Paul Cub Foods with some $600 worth of crab, ribeye and T-bone steaks but was detained by store staff, according to legal documents.

The 46-year-old was convicted of felony theft in that instance in early 2016 and received a five-year stayed sentence, which was less than the recommended sentence under state sentencing guidelines.

He was also ordered to spend 120 days in jail.

Hunter was charged via warrant with one count of felony-level theft for the latest instance, the complaint said.

 

He does not yet appear to be in custody and no attorney was listed for him in court records.

Hunter has racked up nearly 20 theft convictions over the years, court records say. While most are misdemeanors, at least three are felonies.

https://www.twincities.com/2019/04/12/st-paul-man-charged-with-stealing-more-than-1000-in-crab-and-steaks-from-cub-foods-charges-say-hes-done-it-before-too/

 

 

Blessed are they that steal, for they reflect the same values as the city government.

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Makes you wonder how many times he got away with it before being caught

 

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He'd have gotten away with it if he'd just stuffed it down his pants. If caught he could just say they weren't his pants.

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Blessed are they that steal, for they reflect the same values as the city government.

He just needs to move to Dallas and keep the thieving below $750 per event.


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1 hour ago, railfancwb said:


He just needs to move to Dallas and keep the thieving below $750 per event.


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you beat me to it.  My thoughts exactly.

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There's a lot at steak in this case...

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