In the case of Toccara McClover versus the State of Florida, Ms. McClover was convicted of retail theft at a Wal-Mart store. The facts of her case are that:
"A security guard at a Wal–Mart store in Port St. Lucie, Florida testified that on surveillance cameras he watched two females come into the store in the early morning hours and select expensive electronic items which they placed in their shopping cart. They then headed to the garden center. No cash register was open in the center at that time of night. One woman waited near an emergency exit in the garden center with the cart of merchandise while McClover left the store through the front entrance. McClover was not seen taking anything from the store. Upon leaving the store McClover was seen making a phone call. At the same time, the other woman, who was still in the store next to the cart, was seen talking on her phone. Right away she walked away from the merchandise and left the store without taking anything, leaving the items near the back exit of the store.