Woman Linked to Man Killed by Woodhaven Police Arraigned on Retail Fraud

Police said the woman ran away after Woodhaven Police shot a man she was with after he allegedly attempted to run two officers down with a stolen car.

A woman who was allegedly shoplifting at Walmart with was arraigned on a charge of retail fraud.

Rachelle Marie Sizemore was arraigned Friday morning before Judge James Kersten at 33rd District Court in Woodhaven.

A pretrial is set for 9 a.m. June 27 before Judge Jennifer Coleman Hesson.

Woodhaven police said Sizemore ran away after two officers opened fire on a man with whom she was allegedly shoplifting at the Woodhaven Walmart Tuesday night.

The officers shot and killed the man in the store's parking lot after he attempted to run them down in a stolen car, according to a Woodhaven Police report.

Kersten ordered Sizemore to post a $7,000 ten percent bond with the following conditions: not to return to any Walmart store and not to posses or consume alcohol or illegal controlled substances.

Sizemore also has warrants in Romulus and Southgate, according to information provided by 33rd District Court.

William Riley June 23, 2012 at 05:17 AM
If she has outstanding warrants, why such a low bond? This should be a hint that she just thumbs her nose at the courts, and will just continue on her merry way committing further crimes.
Les June 25, 2012 at 03:25 PM
Why wasn'tshe also picked up by officers from Southgate or Romulus?? She definitely just thumbs her nose at the legal system.
terri rhyne June 25, 2012 at 04:19 PM
A little confusing did the bond cover all warrants or do they hold her for or charge her on the other ones . i'am confused they should just hold on to her until this mess is cleared up.


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