Cheyenne Amber West
Cheyenne Amber West was arrested on shoplifting charges after she allegedly swapped out price tags on expensive items. She is pictured on Nov. 7, 2017. Indian River Co. Sheriff's Office

A Florida woman was arrested on shoplifting charges Monday after she allegedly swapped barcodes at a self-checkout line and paid just $3.70 for $1,800 worth of electronics.

Cheyenne Amber West, 25, of Fort Pierce was charged with felony shoplifting and felony grand theft after she allegedly switched the barcodes at a Walmart on the 5500 block of State Road 60 in Indian County, Florida, CBS-affiliate WTOL reported Wednesday.

Walmart security said that West and another unidentified woman took video game controllers, a computer, and other electronic merchandise from the store’s electronics section and swapped out the barcodes with items of lesser value from the clearance section.

The women proceeded to the self-checkout line where they paid $1,821 less than the true value of the items. Police haven’t yet filed charges against the other woman involved.

"I am just trying to get gifts for my son that I cannot afford. The computer is for my husband. Since he just got me a Coach purse, I figured he deserved something nice, as well," West told a deputy, according to reports.

West is currently being detained at the Indian River County Jail on $3,000 bond.

A sign hangs outside of a Walmart store on January 17, 2017 in Skokie, Illinois. Getty Images