Granny light-fingers – jewel thief Doris Payne, 86 , steals $86.22 goods from Walmart – Infamous ‘International baubles booster’ has stolen over $2M worth of valuables in a career spanning over three decades

Doris Payne, an 86-year-old infamous jewel thief, shown in side by side archived mugshot and one released by the DeKalb jail. She is accused of shoplifting from Perimeter Mall in December of 2016.

Doris Payne has stolen about $2 million worth of jewelry over the last six decades.
She has been open about her habits of theft.
Police arrested her Monday after she allegedly stole $86.22 worth of goods from Walmart.

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Doris Payne, the notorious 86-year-old jewel thief who has stolen about $2 million worth over the last six decades, has been arrested again.
But this time, she’s not accused of shoplifting from a high-end store. Police say she stole $86.22 worth of goods Monday night from the Walmart on Chamblee Tucker Road in DeKalb County, according to a police report obtained by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

Doris Payne 5.jpgCompulsive career:Doris Payne was arrested on Dec 13, 2016 for boosting a $2000 necklace at a department store in Atlanta, Ga.

Although the  well-known jewel thief who reflected on her six-decade criminal career in a 2013 documentary has been deemed too ill to stand trial for an alleged 2015 theft, she has obviously remained active.

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that 86-year-old Doris Payne’s trial was scheduled to start Feb. 21, 2016  in connection with the theft of a pair of Christian Dior earrings from a Saks Fifth Avenue store, but the trial was on hold following an administrative order signed by a Fulton County Superior Court judge stating that the defense has demonstrated that Payne’s medical condition precludes the case from moving forward.
Meanwhile, she went back to the queue of here waiting arraignments after her December arrest at a store in Atlanta’s Perimeter Mall.
Meanwhile the career thief, who along with her family and friends discuss her life in the documentary “The Life and Crimes of Doris Payne.”, was not done.
In the documentary she openly discusses  how she lifted pricey jewelry from countless jewelry stores around the world in an illicit career that has spanned six decades.
Now in the twilight of her career, police in Durnwoody just outside Atlanta say the notorious 86-year-old jewel thief has struck again. on December 13, 2016 at a Von Maur department store. A police report says Payne put a $2,000 necklace in her back pocket and tried to leave the store.

Doris Payne 3.jpgDoris Payne was the subject of a 2013 documentary, “The Life and Crimes of Doris Payne.”
Doris Payne 6.jpgIncorrigible: Famed jewel thief Doris Payne, aged 85, was caught trying to steal a pair of earrings from a Saks Fifth Avenue in Atlanta, on Oct 26, 2015

When asked about her exploits in an interview with The Associated Press last year, she said simply: “I was a thief.”
Doris Payne has stolen about $2 million worth of jewelry over the last six decades.
She has been open about her habits of theft.
Police arrested her Monday after she allegedly stole $86.22 worth of goods from Walmart.
Doris Payne, the notorious 86-year-old jewel thief who has stolen about $2 million worth over the last six decades, may have executed memorable heists in her past, but this time around, she’s not accused of shoplifting from a high-end store.
Police say she stole $86.22 worth of goods Monday night from the Walmart on Chamblee Tucker Road in DeKalb County, according to a police report obtained by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

Doris Payne 4.jpgIn this Sept. 23, 2005 photo, Doris Payne, then 75-year-old Doris Payne poses in her cell at Clark County jail in Las Vegas, NV

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