William Sackman's Recipe for Trouble: Liquor, Ribs, Baby Formula
If you're trying to picture how he would have hidden 18 bottles of hooch in his pants, don't strain yourself. As a former grocery store clerk I assure you that people walk away with cartloads of food and general merchandise on a weekly basis. It's when someone gathers lots of booze that employees become suspicious, and 18 would qualify as "lots." Second on the list of suspicious purchases? Diapers/baby formula, followed closely by fresh meat.
Sackman was arrested at the scene on suspicion of theft, and then compounded his troubles by reportedly giving a fake name to police. He's been charged with felony theft and obstruction of identification, and is currently in jail on a $75,000 bond. If convicted, Sackman could serve two-to-five years and pay fines totaling $25,000.