2 Walmart employees accused of stealing customers’ credit card numbers, gift cards

2 Walmart employees accused of stealing customers’ credit card numbers, gift cards
Tinisia Dena Hill charged with 31 counts if Fraudulent use of a Credit Card. (Source: Bibb County Sheriff's Office)

BIBB CO., Ala. (WBRC) - A Walmart employee in Bibb County is accused of stealing credit card numbers from customers.

Brent police said they took reports on fraudulent charges on credit cards from Oct. 31 to Nov. 6.

Officers said after an investigation, they determined employee Tinisia Dena Hill was stealing customers’ credit card numbers and making fraudulent purchases with them online. She is currently suspended from her job.

Hill was arrested and charged with 31 counts of fraudulent use of a credit card and booked into Bibb County Jail.

Police say another Walmart employee from the same store was arrested and charged with theft.

The employee, Jennifer Lardell, was making and stealing credit cards valued at $350, according to police.

Jennifer Lardell.
Jennifer Lardell. (Source: Brent Police Department)

Lardell was charged with fourth-degree theft of property and booked into Bibb County Jail.

A Walmart spokesperson says Lardell has been terminated from her job.

"These are troubling allegations and we are deeply concerned. We’re assisting the Brent Police Department in their investigation and will refer additional questions to them,” the spokesperson said.

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