Two employees of the Walmart Supercenter were arrested Friday after store personnel accused both of stealing cash from their registers.

Two employees of the Walmart Supercenter were arrested Friday after store personnel accused both of stealing cash from their registers.

Christina Smith, 24, and Joseph Seahorn, 43, were taken into custody in separate incidents, according to probable cause affidavits from police Detective Michael Roberts.

During a court hearing Monday, Deputy Prosecutor Maxie Kizer said a store loss prevention officer reported that Smith had allegedly taken cash three different times in August and September, with the total amount allegedly taken set at $1,150.

While questioning Smith, Roberts reported that store personnel told him he needed to talk to Seahorn, who had allegedly taken $2,000 in cash from his register in August at separate times.

Pine Bluff District Judge John Kearney ruled prosecutors had probable cause to charge both Smith and Seahorn with theft of property.

Bond for Smith was set at $2,500 and a $25,000 bond was set for Seahorn.

Both Smith and Seahorn said they would hire their own attorneys and they were told to come back to court Oct. 29.