But many have been left wondering what exactly does Kroger sell that would ever even come to equal $1m. According to police in Duluth Georgia, Tre Brown used his gig at a local Kroger to apparently create fake returns and then put them on numerous credit cards as a result (it is unclear where he got that many credit cards.) He was initially arrested on 14 January after store workers noticed the false transactions.
Brown per police documents is accused of faking returns to the tune of $75 to over $87,000 each. A substantial amount of money has since been returned to the store — but again — many are still wondering what they sell that equals such a sum.