Dayton woman accused of changing into new clothes, leaving store without paying

Endia Williams, photo courtesy Miami Valley Jails

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Endia Williams, photo courtesy Miami Valley Jails

A woman accused of changing into clothes she hadn’t paid for at the Wayne Avenue Family Dollar was taken into custody after spitting on a customer, according to Dayton police.

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Endia Williams, 31, was arrested on suspicion of theft, refusing to disclose personal information, obstructing official business, resisting arrest and harassment by inmate.

An officer was reportedly flagged down by the store manager around 6:34 p.m. Monday at the intersection of Wayne Avenue and Keowee Street.

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The manager claimed that Williams went to the store and changed out of her clothes into a new outfit that she hadn’t purchased.

Williams reportedly left her old clothes in the store and started to walk out.

When a customer followed Williams and asked for the stolen clothes, Williams yelled at him and spit on him, according to the report.

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She then left the store and the manager went outside and flagged down the officer.

Williams was taken into custody shortly after.

The stolen clothes included a pair of blue denim jean leggings and a gray t-shirt worth approximately $25, according the report.

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