Police allege that an angered Walmart customer in Wakulla County, Florida, Mary Frances Alday, 61, waved a loaded Smith & Wesson .38 Special at employees after her “dollar-off” internet coupon wasn’t honored on March 1. While in the process of checking out, Alday became “extremely upset” when Tracy Stockslager, the assistant manager, explained that they could not accept the printed voucher. According to a report from the Wakulla County Sheriff’s Office, after Alday’s coupon was rejected, she called Stockslager a handful of foul names and ran into her with a shopping cart, before being escorted out of the store. “If you follow me, I have something in my car for you,” Alday warned. Stockslager did follow Alday out to her car in order to take down her license plate number. However, when she reached the passenger side of the car, Alday pulled out a gun from her vehicle and began “waving the gun in the holster,” reported investigators. After removing the .38 from its holster, she then waved it at the employees near the entrance and said, “I have something for y’all.” Read the entire story here: firsttoknow.com
Wooooww! WalMart may have low prices and great deals but they have the most bizarre stories. Was Ms. Mary Frances (such a sweet name) drunk, mentally ill or high? Your thoughts? www.liveitloveitdoit.com
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