Bail conditions for a man arrested on a larceny charge at a Raleigh Walmart store include a statewide ban on entering any of the company's stores if he can post the $100,000 required.
Police charged that Gregory Woodard Ward, 47, of 915 Woodruff Road in Selma with felony larceny, saying he took $1,230.78 worth of DVD’s from the store at 1425 New Hope Church Road.
They arrested Ward there Wednesday afternoon.
When police brought Ward before a magistrate at the Wake County Detention Center, warrant records showed he faces charges in Duplin, Wayne and Randolph counties, including two felony larceny counts, and was free on $10,000 bail from one of those arrests.
The magistrate set Ward’s bail at $100,000, ordered him to be kept under house arrest with electronic monitoring if he posted the money to be freed from jail, and wrote, “You are not to go on or about the premises of any Walmart store in the state of North Carolina.”
Ward was due for a first court appearance Thursday.