This woman will NOT be earning any Mother of the Year awards anytime soon!
23-year-old mother Michelle Calderon attempted to steal nearly $300 worth of candy and cough drops from a Manhattan drug store, and if that wasn't bad enough already, she tried to use her 1-year-old son in the heist!
Cops say the bad to the bone momma and her accomplice Raymond Lebron tried to stuff $179 worth of Halls cough drops, $102 worth of Dentyne and Wrigley’s gum, and $15 worth of Tic Tacs in her little boys stroller while their buddy Darnell Johnson was on lookout!
When the trio tried to walk out the store, they were confronted by a worker, and that's when things escalated!
Raymond struck the worker in the face while Michelle attempted to use her son's stroller as a
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Uh-oh! Is Olivia Munn sick…of working for her money? LOLz!
Following in Kris Humphries footsteps, the actress "happened" to be photographed picking up a bag of Cold-EEZE at a New York City drug store.
Sources say she was in town to promote her hot spread in the January issue of FHM, but she must have
spent too much money gotten a cold on her way fro El Lay!
It happens, gurl! Those first class seats are
really expensive full of germs!
Hey, we get it. In today's economy, why wouldn't you take a ton of money to be photographed buying something you may or may not actually need.
We just have one question — how much are you getting paid?!
We'll fake paparazzi pictures for money too! Get at us Cold-EEZE!!!
[Image via Jerritt Clark/5W PR.]
Tags: actress, cold, cold-eeze, drug store, el lay, fhm, medication, new york city, nyc, olivia munn, sick, working
If you'll be shopping for a new health insurance plan this fall, head over to your neighborhood Walgreens.
Sources say the largest drugstore chain in the United States is planning on offering health insurance products with various price ranges and coverage levels from all across the nation through a private health insurance exchange.
Without confirming the rumors, a spokesperson for the company said:
"As always, we're looking at a number of options in light of health care reform as we continue to seek ways to help our customers better navigate today's health care system."
Experts suggest retail companies are in a position to cash in by offering insurance through private exchanges in light of health care reform, saying:
"For retailers, [creating a private insurance exchange] is a way to generate more revenue from a new business. Those companies that get their exchanges up and running before 2014 could also succeed in stealing customers away from the public exchanges."
Sources believe Walgreens is in a particularly good position to become a "one-stop shop for all healthcare needs" because the company is already the #1 seller of pharmacy,health and beauty products.
Tags: drug store, healthcare reform, pharmacy, private health care, public exchange, walgreens