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It's not curtains for Guzman, 22
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A curtain call at Walmart will leave a shoplifter on probation for two years after she ran from police after she was caught stealing curtains from the local retailer.The woman, Cynthia Guzman, 22, entered guilty pleas before General Sessions Judge Bill Locke to charges of evading arrest and shoplifting. Charges of possession of meth and drug paraphernalia were dropped as part of the plea deal. She will be placed on probation for two years and has been banned from Walmart.Her probation comes after she was recognized by Walmart security as a past shoplifter.“I saw her open a package of curtains and conceal a panel in her purse,” the loss prevention officer said in the warrant against her.

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