Wal-Mart Confrontation Turns Ugly When Man Grabs Machete

Wal-Mart Confrontation Turns Ugly When Man Grabs Machete

Wal-Mart Confrontation
Wal-Mart Confrontation

It’s truly surprising how many individuals get wrapped up in a Wal-Mart confrontation. Well, one of them turned ugly for two individuals when one of them grabbed a machete.

The good news is that they have arrested a suspect in the Wal-Mart confrontation. This individual allegedly “stabbed a man in the head with a machete” when the two were caught in the middle of a Wal-Mart brawl on a Friday morning in September in Kearny, New Jersey.

This is what led police to respond to that chaotic scene inside the Wal-Mart that was located on the normally nondescript Harrison Avenue in Kearney, New Jersey early that Friday morning where they, first of all, identified a suspect, according to the Sun. However, they did not arrest the suspect at the Wal-Mart because he had fled. Luckily, they were able to identify him after reviewing the surveillance tapes.

Kearney law enforcement also made the announcement of the man who had been stabbed in the head at that Wal-Mart on Twitter, letting the public know of just what had gone down at their beloved Harrison Avenue Wal-Mart.

The Twitter feed read: “Kearny detectives just arrested the suspect from today’s Walmart machete assault. He was taken into custody moments ago in Newark. More information to follow when available.”

Lt. Corbett told the local newspaper that there really hadn’t been “any reason” for the carnage surrounding this Wal-Mart confrontation, but he acknowledged that it could have “possibly been a fight” hours after the first-responders found a man that had a deep cut to the back of his head still in the store.

They rushed the victim to the University Hospital in Newark where he was treated for the deep gashes on the back of his head.

Although it did take the police a bit of time before they found the suspect, they ultimately cornered him that evening. They arrested Roberto Delgado-Gonzales, 29. Luckily, the victim has now been released from the hospital. It was unclear whether the two men knew each other and what the altercation was about.

Here is the video of this incident:

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Wild Drunken Gunfight Erupts Inside Whole Foods

Wild Drunken Gunfight Erupts Inside Whole Foods

Whole Foods Gunfight
Whole Foods Gunfight

When you think of Whole Foods, you usually don’t think of wild, drunken gunfights, but apparently, that is precisely what happened last October at a branch in Wichita.

It was a rather nondescript Monday evening on that October day, but it would soon erupt in a disturbance where there was a weapon involved in the block of 13th and Webb.

Apparently, multiple 911 callers reported a female at Whole Foods who had been acting erratically, brandishing a firearm, and drinking alcohol. Several witnesses also reported that the female was pointing a gun at the windows of the grocery store and also toward the parking lot.

After the officers arrived on the scene, they immediately attempted to make contact with the female who was now standing in the main doorway of the grocery store. Officers gave several commands to the female that she should drop the gun, but she refused to comply. The female proceeded to fire one shot toward the officers, and both of the police officers returned fire, hitting the female assailant with multiple shots.

After the shots were fired, the officers rendered aid to the now-injured female and then placed her in custody. They transported her to an area hospital for the treatment of non-life-threatening injuries. They identified the assailant as 31-year-old Danielle Robinson.

Interviews with several witnesses at the scene revealed that Robinson had been at the store for some time, and she had not only been consuming alcohol but she had even attempted to rob a customer of their personal belongings. Once she was released from the hospital, she was booked into the jail on various charges including aggravated assault, aggravated robbery, and aggravated assault of a law enforcement officer.

The two officers that had been involved in the shooting were placed on paid administrative leave, but that is just the standard protocol in officer involved shootings. The officers have been with the department for eight years and nineteen years, respectively.

The investigation is ongoing.

“This was a deeply troubling event and we are grateful for the safety of our Team Members and customers,” Whole Foods said in a statement. “We are cooperating with the investigation and are focused on supporting our Team Members in the days ahead.”

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