Walmart Employee Wesley Page Arrested Saturday for Allegedly Setting Fire in the Men’s Room at the Salisbury Walmart

Posted on July 26, 2016

RFP Staff

♦ According to Salisbury Police sources Walmart maintenance employee Wesley Daniel Page, 18, of Rockwell was arrested for allegedly setting fire to toilet paper in a stall in the men’s room at the Walmart on 323 S. Arlington Street in Salisbury.  The incident was reported at 2:11 a.m. Saturday morning.

Police sources report that Page was allegedly angered at his supervisor and expressed it by allegedly going to the men’s room and setting fire to a toilet paper dispenser.  Two rolls of toilet paper, the toilet paper dispenser, and the men’s room stall wall were damaged.  The total damage was valued at $200.

Page was terminated.  He was charged with vandalism to real property willful and wanton injury (misdemeanor) and issued a citation.

Salisbury’s number one retailer Walmart was victimized in June by a similar arson incident when an unknown arsonist set fire to a package of dog food in the pet food area.

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