Because Poole did not make an actual threat toward the store, no charges were filed.
At the request of Walmart's northeast Florida general area manager, police issued trespass warrants for Poole at all northeast Florida Walmart locations. That means if Poole enters any Walmart in northeast Florida, he could be arrested on the spot for trespassing.
When police located Poole, he said $200 had been stolen from him at Walmart, which is why he was upset.
The officers then informed Poole of the trespass warrants issued to him. They said he became verbally combative and started recording the encounter, repeatedly asking why he had been trespassed before leaving the area.