A man recently released from prison after serving two years for five shoplifting convictions was arrested on Feb. 29 -- for shoplifting.
According to an article in the Tulsa World, Stacy Gene Bunch, 39, has been accused of stealing $2,385.52 worth of merchandise from six Tulsa stores between Sept. 16 and Nov. 2. The merchandise includes $759.94 worth of tool sets from Ace Hardware and a vacuum cleaner and another item from Home Depot.
Bunch was released from prison Aug. 12. A sixth conviction for shoplifting had Bunch on probation until April.
Along with larceny convictions in 2009, Bunch was convicted of larceny in 2004 and 2007 and also has several drug convictions. A charge of armed robbery against him was dismissed in 1988.
Jail records list his address as a hotel in Tulsa, according to the newspaper. He was released on $15,000 bond the night of his arrest.