Skip to comments.Two Shot Outside Tallahassee Wal-Mart
Posted on 11/23/2012 3:47:45 PM PST by Morgana
Two people were shot outside a Tallahassee Wal Mart this afternoon. It brought Black Friday shopping to a terrifying halt.
The shots were fired in front of the store on Apalachee Parkway just after noon.
Just minutes ago, police confirmed the folks were fighting over a parking space.
The shots were fired on the sidewalk right in front of the parkway Wal Mart.
Police are trying to find out who fired them.
John Williams, who was inside the store during shooting, said, "It's scary. Especially in front of a store where people can get hurt, you know. It's scary and it's stupid."
Witnesses tell us two couples were arguing and at some point a shopping cart hit the side of the car and a man stepped out and started shooting.
TPD Spokesman David Northway said, "On scene, officers located two victims who have suffered non-life threatening injuries and are currently being treated at a local hospital."
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Government still hasn’t figured out the solution to that loose shopping cart problem. I think we need a Czar.
I used to like a good czar until Cuba went Communist
Black Friday. Correct name.
I remember the air traffic controller deal but I don't recall Reagan
arbitrating parking space disputes.
Young man, are you saying you’ve already forgotten that remarkable moment on the frozen New Hampshire streets outside the Nashua High School auditorium when the obstructive valet was called to account by then-Gov. Reagan with: “I’m paying for this parking space, Mr. Green!”
I don’t remember black Fridays like this under Ronald Reagan.
Under Obozo it is the norm.
Fight and shooting each other over parking spaces, all for cheap gifts?
Black Friday is becoming a annual event for the mentally ill.
Get out of Florida as fast as possible
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