Police: Oklahoma woman facing several drug charges after shoplifting call

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Courtesy: Oklahoma County Jail

OKLAHOMA CITY – An Oklahoma woman is facing an array of charges after allegedly trying to steal items from a grocery store.

On Sept. 6, officers were called to the Walmart, along the I-240 Service Rd., after security guards found a woman shoplifting.

Witnesses told police they saw 31-year-old Kendra Wolf taking the barcodes off of clearance items and placing them on regularly priced items, so the reduced price would ring up at the register.

According to the arrest affidavit, while searching Wolf in the Oklahoma County Jail, detention officers allegedly found a Ziploc bag that contained meth in her bra.

When officers asked Wolf what the substance was, Wolf allegedly hit the officer’s arm and began wrestling with authorities.

The report also alleges that officers “located a small red “Altoids” container in [Johnson’s] vagina. The container held 37 Xanax bars.”

While searching her purse, investigators also allegedly found a green leafy substance inside a bag, three joints, Hydrocodone pills and a metal shank.

Wolf was arrested for possession of a controlled dangerous substance, assault and battery on a peace officer, bringing drugs into jail, larceny of merchandise and carrying a weapon.

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