Wednesday, November 23, 2016

OIL OF OY VEY!: *Another* Man Stealing Oil Of Olay Threatens To Stab Jewel Guard With Syringe, Court Says

It’s incredible. And it’s true.

Malhotra (inset) | Chicago Police Dept
Just days after a man was charged with trying to shoplift $1,100 worth of Oil of Olay from a Lakeview Mariano's, another man has been charged with armed robbery for trying to steal $544 worth of the same product from a nearby Jewel-Osco!

Chicago police were called to the Jewel store at 2940 North Ashland around 10 p.m. last Friday after store security reported that they had detained a man for shoplifting.

Jewel security told officers that they saw 49-year-old Sanjay Malhotra of Garfield Park load 20 boxes of Oil of Olay products into two canvas bags and then head for the exit.

When security stopped Malhotra near the front door, Malhotra began to struggle with the guard and then brandished a syringe while threatening to stab the agent, prosecutors said.

The guard was able to detain Malhotra for police.

Prosecutors charged him with armed robbery, aggravated battery of a merchant, and retail theft of more than $300.

A judge set Malhotra’s bail at $100,000.

Mayor (inset) | Chicago Police Department
On Monday, CWB Chicago told the tale of William E. Mayor Jr, a paroled felon who is now charged with trying to shoplift $1,097 worth of Oil of Olay products from the Mariano's at 3030 North Broadway.

Mayor was released this week on electronic monitoring.
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19 comments:

  1. Does anyone else have the feeling that Malhotra might have read about Mayor shoplifting Oil of Olay, right here on the CWB website?? I mean, that's just too much of a coincidence. Bizarre!

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  2. what is in oil of olay that they are so desperate for? is it used to make some club drug?

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    1. Probably because it's expensive as well as small and light.

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  3. Looks awfully similar to a recent string of robberies in Naperville and Niles, where the perpetrator threatened force with the use of a syringe.

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    1. Same guy:

      http://www.chicagotribune.com/suburbs/naperville-sun/crime/ct-nvs-cvs-needle-robbery-suspect-st-1123-20161122-story.html

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    2. http://www.chicagotribune.com/suburbs/naperville-sun/crime/ct-nvs-cvs-holdup-with-syringe-st-1118-20161116-story.html

      Thought the same, he kind of looks like the same guy.

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  4. What's the draw? Should I buy stock in Olay?

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  5. Why the draw to Oil of Olay products?

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    1. From past articles Oil of Olay looks to be a preferred item for shoplifters that resell what they steal.

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  6. The real question is who is buying all this Oil of Olay?

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  7. What, are we just finding out you can get high from Oil Of Delay??

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  8. Some slippery characters, eh?

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  9. is it just me or does his skin look lovely.

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  10. If you've ever used Oil of Olay, you'll know it's as addicting as heroin. I know from personal experience. I was up to a two jar a day habit, but ended up quitting "cold creme", as they say in street lingo.

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    1. I too ended up losing both my job and my wife - but my skin looked fabulous!

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  11. Sorry Sanjay but that "Beauty Fluid" aint gonna help that fugly mug in any quantity.

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  12. "Oil of Olay. Because you want to look your best for your mug shot."

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  13. Wow... cvs had marked down a bunch of oil of olay products and i bought a stash. now i see internet people have complained their products cause rashes. thanks cwb!

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  14. The 2 photos could be "Before" and "After" use of Oil of Olay.

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