DUNWOODY, Ga. — Police responded to the Walmart along Ashford Dunwoody Road on Dec. 9 after security personnel reported theft involving a cashier.

Anika Jones, 44, of Stone Mill Trace, Stone Mountain, now faces a charge of disorderly conduct-schemes.

According to the arrest report, security said Jones rang up a family member on two separate occasions and issued them unauthorized gift cards and charged them different prices for several items. The transactions, which occurred Nov. 14 and Nov. 22, cost the company $180, the report indicated.

"I have been here for 6 months,” Jones wrote in a statement before police arrived. “I have made a huge mistake by taking gift cards and under-ringing products.”

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