Black Friday 2010: Woman Arrested, Threatened to Shoot Shoppers at Toys "R" Us
By Marty Cox
Nov 26, 2010
Crime Beat Wisconsin - Black Friday 2010 saw the threat of violence at a toy store in Madison, Wisconsin, according to police.
Local authorities say a woman has been arrested and is accused of threatening to shoot other shoppers as she tried to cut the line in front of them to get the Black Friday specials offered by a local Toys "R" Us, reports NBC 15.Com.
The TV news station has the incident report from the Madison Police Department that reveals "several hundred shoppers were waiting in line for the Toys "R" Us store to open when a 21-year-old woman attempted to move to the front of the line."
The report adds:
"She was confronted by numerous shoppers and in turn she made threats to retrieve a gun and shoot the shoppers."
The NY Daily News has a statement from a police spokesman.
"She's now spending her shopping money to post bond," said Madison Police Sgt. Erik Fuhremann.
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