Woman Pulls Gun And Threatens Walmart Customers After Being Sold The Wrong Ammunition

We know it’s stressful out there, but really, there’s no reason to start waving your gun around in the Walmart parking lot. According to the Peninsula Daily News, a woman threatened several other customers who told her to stop yelling at Walmart worker who had sold her the wrong ammunition.

Guess it’s better to just mind your own business.

[Clallam County Undersheriff Ron Peregrin] said she was upset with the employee, saying she had sold her the wrong kind of ammunition.

After she received her refund, she walked out to the parking lot, removed a gun from her car and confronted the customers she had argued with earlier inside the store, Peregrin said.

“The long and the short of it is, she didn’t like what was happening at the store . . . and as a result, pulled a weapon and threatened people with it out in the parking lot,” he said.

No one was hurt, thankfully, but let that be a lesson to you all. It’s probably best not to intervene during loud disputes about guns and ammo.

Port Angeles woman allegedly pulls gun on Wal-Mart customers [Peninsula Daily News]

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