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Deputy Honored For League City Walmart Arrest
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When 41-year old Alvisha LaShay Williams went sneaking out of the League City Walmart Store through a fire exit, she had no idea an undercover deputy constable had an eye on her.

As we reported in our original story Retail Crime Member Jailed After Car Chase With League City Police, Williams was captured with two televisions and a weed eater after a police chase which landed her in jail.

Another aftermath of the incident was the recognition of Deputy Ross McCammon by Walmart for helping stop the ever increasing incidents of theft from the store.

Officials for Walmart’s investigations unit presented McCammon with a community law enforcement recognition for his work in leading to the arrest on Sept. 4.

“In recognition of your dedication to the protection of the citizens and the community in which you service and your performance in the course of your duties, through your actions, a safe conclusion of a continued criminal enterprise was achieved,” the award said.

Theft for the nationwide retail giant is no small matter.

Company officials in 2015 estimated that any retailer might lose 1 percent of its sales each year to theft, according to a Reuters newswire report. Officials at the time noted Walmart’s yearly sales were about $300 billion, which means theft would account for some $3 billion in losses.

McCammon has been responsible for the arrest of many high profile criminals during his 16 years with the office of League City Constable Jerry Fischer.

As a side note, it has been reported that Galveston County Judge Mark Henry has moved to illuminate his position in the constable’s office in the 2021 budget over a political difference with McCammon.  Our calls to two commissioners for comment were not returned.

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Deputy Ross McCammon (L) with Walmart management and security officials during his award presentation.



Comments:
Congratulations Deputy McCammon! Good job!
Posted by Big Al at 9/28/2020 7:36:59 AM

Its true McCammon's position has been eliminated by Mark Henry with the support of all 4 commissioners. Whether it stems from politics(McCammon supported DJ Alvarez for Constable) or BLM makes no difference Henry and his gang need to go.
Posted by LE at 9/29/2020 7:59:25 AM

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