Easy, breezy, beautiful, and out the door. Oklahoma women’s hoops guard Jenna Plumley is accused of trying to shoplift some makeup from a Norman-area Wal-Mart, according to the AP (via the DURANT DAILY DEMOCRAT).
When I think “Always Low Prices,” I know they don’t really mean free — but let’s face it, everything’s getting more expensive, and apparently, lipstick and foundation are not immune to the effects.
Police spokeswoman Jennifer Newell said the petty larceny charge is a misdemeanor involving theft of items worth less than $500. Plumley has five days to schedule an arraignment. If convicted, the charge carries a fine of $50 to $750 and up to 60 days in jail.
Coach Sherri Coale will handle any punishment internally, Sooners spokesman Jared Thompson said.
Well, obviously she wasn’t born with it, but this charge isn’t exactly laying the foundation for a successful follow-up to Plumley’s last year, where she started all 31 games and averaged 7.8 points per game.
I mean, you’d think a women’s hoops guard would be a bit better in the steals department, especially considering the fundamentally sound quality that’s pushed as the backbone of the game, but it looks like Wal-Mart security caught her palming on the fast break.