Carjacking victim: 'It was awful. ... I was in shock'
Tricia Hunt hugs her mother, Anita Campos-Ramirez, as her vehicle is righted and towed Wednesday. Omaha police say Campos-Ramirez was pulled from her Chevy Blazer just before 6 a.m. as she sat in the parking lot of the Walmart near 128th and L Streets.
Posted: Wednesday, April 9, 2014 12:00 am
A man was in custody Wednesday after crashing an SUV in a Kmart parking lot that he is accused of stealing from a woman in a Walmart parking lot.
Omaha police say Anita Campos-Ramirez, 58, of Omaha, was pulled from her Chevy Blazer just before 6 a.m. as she sat in the parking lot of the Walmart near 128th and L Streets. Campos-Ramirez, who works at the Walmart, said she likes to arrive at work early and was in her SUV when a man pulled her from the vehicle.
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Wednesday, April 9, 2014 12:00 am.