The Georgetown grocery store’s future is in jeopardy after police say two employees stole thousands of dollars. But the community is rallying to save the store.
Zea Glascott and Brandi Johnson are both charged with four counts of theft from the Sav-a-Lot. Police say, during the last year-and-a-half, they stole more than $50,000 from the store. That is a large amount for a small store. Some Georgetown folks are trying to restore the money so the grocery store can remain open. Two people who own concession businesses will be selling food in the grocery store lot this weekend. 100 percent of the profits will go to the grocery store. Longview Bank and Trust set up an account called “Save the Save-A-Lot”. Anyone who wants to help can donate.