Tuesday, November 01, 2011

CA Democrat Arrested for Spreading the Wealth to Herself at Neiman Marcus

She claims it was just a misunderstanding that she accidentally walked out with $2,500 in merchandise. Heck, that happens to people every day, right? She should just say she was taking her fair share and everyone would be more sympathetic.
Assemblywoman Mary Hayashi has been charged with felony grand theft after allegedly being caught by security officers stealing nearly $2,500 in clothing from a San Francisco Neiman Marcus store.

The 45-year-old Castro Valley Democrat, wife of a Bay Area judge, pleaded not guilty Thursday in San Francisco Superior Court and is free on $15,000 bail pending further proceedings Nov. 15.

Sam Singer, spokesman for Hayashi, said the arrest occurred after she left the store while using her cellular phone.

"The incident in San Francisco was a mistake and a misunderstanding," Singer said. "The assemblywoman strongly believes in the justice system and is hopeful that this matter will be cleared up soon."
Lock her up for a year and see how much she believes in the judicial system.
Hayashi had passed several cash registers without stopping and the incident was captured on videotape, said Manfredi, adding that the clothing was recovered and has been booked into evidence.

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