Sekonie Jones, liquor thief caught (Photo credit: Shreveport City Jail)

The woman who was caught on film brazenly stealing liquor has turned herself into police. Sekonie Jones, 37, surrendered herself at the Shreveport City jail late Thursday night, according to KTBS News.

Sekonie Jones stuffing booze between her legs (Photo credit: YouTube screenshot)

Jones was charged with theft and her bond was set at $1K. This is not the first arrest for Jones, according to police she has nine previous arrests for shoplifting in Shreveport and Bossier City in the past nine years, in addition to other arrests including disturbing the peace, theft, battery and receiving stolen goods.

Shockingly, Jones posted a few comments on Facebook about her infamous video:

“I wake up look on my phone see ppl who don’t call and just noisey [sic] MF yes I’m aware I’m on the news not for MURDER so please stop calling me please stop in boxing me I hustle that’s what I do ain’t nobody gone give me S—. I don’t ask ain’t nobody gone put s— on my bond I got me so please mind ur business and stay out mines please I’m going to turn myself in and bond out like I have before I’m good stop calling my MF phone plz.” Sekonie Jones, 08/23/17

Before she turned herself into police Jones posted the following:

“Goodnight to the world to all the negative comments and to all the good comments if I know me u know me and the person I am it s true what I did and it is what it is never did I think it would be this big but it is I apologize to my family. And my true friends and my god baby yes I feel ashamed but it is what it is at the end of the day yet I’m blessed out and hopefully this may change my life in good way possible in a bad way but i can say yet I’m blessed god know my heart all who had something to say bad that’s ur opinion we all have one I’m good that’s how u feel I’m good and god got me and when push come to sholvey family got me thank u Felicia Felecia Nash I appreciate u and my brother Kory d for taking out ur time to make sure I was straight Felicia for making sure I was free my sister and husband also for making sure I was straight my dad to bit I’m free and god have the rest so I can sleep well lord i give it to u gn fb.”

But don’t feel bad for her, according to Jones she is getting offers to be on TV and people have volunteered to post her bond.

 

 

Mo Barnes

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  • Chuck

    I feel sorry for this miserable lady.

    • anna miller

      How about feeling sorry for the owner of the business she happily robbed?

      • Chuck

        The insurance company will reimburse every bottle that was stolen.

        • anna miller

          @Chuck, and whom do you think the extra cost to the insurance companies will be passed on to?

          • Chuck

            The insurer. Is it OK for me to feel sorry for this lady?

          • anna miller

            Because you place the feelings of a criminal caught red-handed, above honest people, your “feelings’ are inappropriate.
            What if this store had been your buisness,in which the livelihood of your offspring depended?
            You suffer from a condition known as pathological altruism. Pathological Altruism is generally defined as a sincere attempt to help others that instead
            harms others or oneself, and is “an unhealthy focus on others to the
            detriment of one’s own needs.”

            Blacks are 13% of U.S population, yet commit 50% of all crimes. Over 70% of all black children are now born to single mothers often to siblings from different fathers. It is an entire sub-culture of violence and ignorance. After 5 decades of increasing welfare benefits, we now have a major thug problem in this country, but it is being ignored because of the prevalence of Critical Race theory being pushed by the social engineers.

            https://www.amren.com/features/2012/07/pathological-altruism/

          • Chuck

            lmao.. ok. sounds like you need some serious counseling.

          • Jan Kraus

            sounds like YOUR the one needing the serious counseling – you don’t “get it” — seems you can’t read or comprehend psychology facts.

        • Jan Kraus

          So you’re rationalizing theft and excusing it ? — you’re in the same pathetic league as the perp in the story. Also,educate yourself about insurance — usually there is a high ‘deductible’ so that small thefts are absorbed by the business owner — also if they make a claim their premiums may increase — or if there are too many claims, the insurance company may cancel the policy. Stop trying to excuse / condone / justify / rationalize theft — “Thou shalt not steal “… next you’l be saying … “it’s okay to murder there are 6 billion other people around and the world’s overpopulated anyways” same mentality!

          • Chuck

            Lmao at you.