On Wednesday I went into Wal-Mart here locally on my lunch break to buy a couple of movies. I really wanted to get the This is it dvd as well as the New Saw movie. A little history I have over 5,000 dvd's which I buy almost every new releases every Tuesday on release day. Also I do Loss Prevention for a major retailer out here where I look for and arrest shoplifters on a daily basis. I went in there, I have over $200.00 cash in m pocket and I buy three movies, just short of $50.00 in the electronics department. Then left the department. As I made my way towards the front of the store I realized that I had less then 10 minutes to get back to the store and punch in. As I exited the store there were about 15-20 people in the enterance area as I left. As I hit the final door this hispanic kid steps in my way. He was in his early 20's, about 5'8 or so and slender. He was dressed like any local gang banger in a hoodie, paggy pants and hat on backwards. I try to step around him and he steps in my way again and pushes me back in the store saying "No, no" in broken english. Not knowing if this is someone I have detained over the past 5 years of doing Loss Prevention (I'm figuring 30-40 stops a month), trying to remember all the people I have dealt with it impossible. I went to defend myself, and after a brief encounter the kid\guy took off into the parking lot. I immediately dialed 911, and at that point the Wal-Mart door greeter runs up and asks for me receipt! Then found that one of the movies wasn't deactivated by their cashier and they tried to deactivate it, which I wouldn't allow being that was evidence in my defense. After I showed my damn receipt and getting really pissed off, their Loss Prevention and outside Security approached me and started apoloogizing. Apparently the police department contacted them to come help until they arrived. One of the LP Agents told me they knew I paid for the mercandise because they were watching me on camera. That kind of bothered me, but that is the nature of the business. They then informed me that the guy who stopped me was an employee who was not working at the time and just what they called a "Cart Wrangler". Needless to say I was livid at that point. Here I have someone who is not trained to stop someone, who did not identify himself, was off the clock and was reacting to a door alarm that one of 15-20 people could have set off. Needless to say I am pressing charges on that individual and Wal-Mart is facing some serious legal issues, not to mention how lucky that guy got. In Nevada we are very liberal with ccw permits and are an open carry state. If that had been someone with a license to carry, the outcome I dont think would have been so great. Just wanted to vent.