FARMINGTON, Maine — A Phillips woman is accused of attacking a woman in the checkout line in Walmart on Saturday afternoon.
The victim was taken to Franklin Memorial Hospital by a NorthStar Emergency Medical Services ambulance, Farmington police secretary Rachel Heseltine said Monday. She was reading from officer Mike Raymond’s report.
Sarah Hanson, 32, was arrested on a felony charge of aggravated assault and misdemeanor charge of domestic violence assault, Heseltine said.
Police responded to Walmart at about 12:25 p.m., she said.
Hanson and her husband were at Walmart and she discovered him talking to a woman in the store. Hanson is accused of running up to the other woman and calling her derogatory names before she and her husband left the store, Heseltine said.
Hanson and her husband got into a fight in the parking lot. Hanson went back into the store and found the woman in a checkout line, punched her in the face, knocked her down and continued to kick her, Haseltine said Raymond’s report states.
Hanson turned herself in at the Franklin County Sheriff’s Department at about 3:20 p.m., she said.
The victim was treated at the hospital and released Saturday.
Hanson was taken to the Franklin County jail and released the same day on $1,000 cash bail, a corrections officer said.
Meet Aaron Morris.
The 18-year-old Floridian is sitting in a Broward County jail cell due to poor impulse control.
Specifically, Morris is accused of groping a woman’s buttocks outside a dressing room at a Walmart in North Lauderdale. The teenager, pictured in the mug shot, was arrested shortly after the incident Thursday evening.
During questioning by law enforcement, Morris copped to grabbing the victim’s rear end and provided an explanation, of sorts, for his behavior, according to a sheriff’s report.
“Her booty looked so good,” he noted, “I just couldn’t resist touching it.”
Locked up in lieu of $1,000 bail, Morris has been charged with touch or strike/battery, a misdemeanor.
HOUSTON, Texas — (DMN) – Police in Houston arrested a Wal-Mart worker for running down a teenager in the store’s parking lot. The teen said the Walmart staffer did it on purpose on July 10 in the 9500 block of Rowlett Road in southeast Houston. Court documents say that Lance Ferguson, 33, who was with Walmart’s Loss Prevention team, accused 18-year-old Dominique Mason of stealing from the store. According to documents, Ferguson told Mason that he should “whip” his [expletive]. Mason reportedly left the store. Police said Ferguson didn’t stop there.
Documents say Ferguson got in his car and began following 18-year-old Mason during his walk home. Ferguson reportedly drove up behind Mason in a nearby parking lot and bulldozed him from behind. Mason said he was surprised. “Then (a) red four-door car comes out of nowhere,” explained Mason. “It was terrifying.” Mason admitted to stealing from the southeast Houston Walmart back in April. During the more recent incident, he denied walking out of the store with any stolen merchandise. “He said, ‘Are you trying to steal from my store?’ I said, ‘no’ and kept back walking,” Mason said. “I didn’t know he followed me until after I crossed.” Ferguson made his first court appearance on a felony charge of aggravated assault. He’s being held on $30,000 bail.
Yesterday, my mom and I were at Walmart buying dog food. We got to the register and the lady there asked if we had puppies. My mom told her that we don’t, we just have a small dog. The lady then told us that she just got two puppies. She told my mom that her hands smelled like puppies and she held out her hands for my mom to smell. My mom didn’t know what to do so she took a quick sniff and said, “They do!”
My mom grabbed our bags and we both walked out of the store laughing.