RAW VIDEO: Woman pulls gun in Dino's Food Mart
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Louisville Metro Police say there were some frightening moments for customers at a local grocery store Tuesday afternoon when a woman pulled a handgun and began pointing it various individuals.
According to an arrest report, it happened at the Dino's Food Mart near the corner of W. Broadway and 26th St., just before 2 p.m.
Police identify the woman as 31-year-old Carolyn Denise Marshall. Officers say surveillance video shows a chaotic scene.
"Customers can be seen running to the rear of the store," the arrest report states. "Another customer can be seen pleading with [Marshall] and yet another can be seen ducking into a corner. All of [the] customers' actions show that they were in fear of their well being and that [Marshall's] actions placed them at risk of serious physical injury or death."
WDRB spoke with the store manager, who was willing to go on camera, but did not want to be identified by name. She recalled the terrifying events.
"She came in and pointed the gun at myself and my co-worker -- and there was customers in the store," the store manager said. "When she pulled the gun out, she was waving it, finger on the trigger."
The store manager told WDRB Marshall claimed someone owed her $1,000, but that person wasn't in the store.
Marshall was arrested Wednesday afternoon and charged with three counts of first degree wanton endangerment, police say. The store manager says she hopes it's the last time she's ever on the other end of a gun.
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