A busted robbery from Walmart Saturday, Oct. 24, led to a slew of charges for a Hannibal woman.

A busted robbery from Walmart Saturday, Oct. 24, led to a slew of charges for a Hannibal woman. Hannibal Police Department officers responded to the department store following the report of an assault on a store employee by an alleged robber. The suspect, Tasha D. Mayfield, 42, of Hannibal, got into a vehicle, which attempted to leave the area. Mayfield was allegedly in the process of stealing a television.

As officers stopped the vehicle, Mayfield exited and fled on foot. Officers apprehended her a short time later.

Mayfield was arrested on charges of second-degree robbery, resisting arrest, property damage, open liquor, public intoxication and an active warrant. She was also charged with assaulting a law enforcement officer for kicking and scratching an officer while being booked.

The driver of the vehicle, Anthony Brown, 56, of Hannibal, was arrested on charges of robbery, open liquor and public intoxication. Two other passengers in the vehicle, Anthony W. Fonza, 51, and Yolanda D. Sydnor, 36, both of Hannibal, were arrested for misdemeanor theft and open liquor. Sydnor and Fonza were released on summons. Brown and Mayfield were placed on 24-hour holds at the Marion County Jail. The Walmart employee and the officer sustained minor injuries and did not require medical attention.