Woman tries stealing Juul before attempting to flee in Lyft, then Uber, police say

A woman who allegedly stole an electronic cigarette from a Florida gas station last week tried using a Lyft — then an Uber — as her getaway vehicles.

Kate Lamothe, 24, entered an Exxon in Pinellas Park, on July 30 and asked to buy a Juul vaping device that cost $42.79. When the clerk handed it to her, she fled the scene, according to deputies.

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After she ran out of the store, Lamothe tried to "have her Lyft driver leave the location" — but the driver refused, according to an arrest affidavit published by The Smoking Gun.

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When the Lyft driver wouldn't help her, Lamothe apparently called an Uber and began walking away from the Exxon. Lamothe was later found inside an Uber in a nearby parking lot.

Lamothe was arrested and charged with retail theft. According to online records from the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office, she was freed on $150 bond.