Police in Missouri identified the armed suspect that entered a Springfield Walmart on Thursday as 20-year-old Dmitriy Nickolayvich Andreychenko, who was reportedly stopped at gunpoint by a former firefighter before being taken into custody by police.
The suspect was taken into custody by Springfield police after he allegedly entered a local Walmart at around 4:10 p.m. while armed and dressed in what appeared to be tactical gear.
Army Specialist Glendon Oakley was one of three men who helped carry children to safety in El Paso after a deadly shooting on Saturday (August 3). Rough cut (no reporter narration).
Fort Lauderdale, Fla. – A man accused of trying to slash a Walmart employee with scissors in Fort Lauderdale now faces federal charges after allegedly threatening President Donald Trump while he was being arrested. Federal court records show Mohammed Omar Haji Mohammed, 36, is charged with making threats against the president during the July 8 altercation.
The alleged threats, translated into English by the FBI, include: “We are coming for you Trump. We are coming for you with knives. God will send angels to destroy you.”
And this: “l need Trump cut. I want to cut, two portions.”
One Mohammed Facebook post read: “Whoever knows why I came to America wait for the urgent news on television screens and victory is from Allah.”
SOUTHAVEN, Miss. — Two people are dead and two others injured following a shooting at the Southaven Walmart early Tuesday morning. A Southaven police officer and the alleged shooter – a former Walmart employee- were both injured.The officer was taken to Baptist Desoto Hospital while the employee was taken to the Regional Medical Center after he was shot twice.
MISSOURI — A mix-up at a Missouri Walmart store left a little girl with a birthday cake that read: “Happy birthday Loser.” The photo of 2-year-old Elizabeth Jones went viral. Her mom, Melin Jones, said as she was leaving the store, she realized what the cake said. She said she asked for the cake to read: “Happy birthday Lizard” — Elizabeth’s nickname.
Walmart is betting it can convince time-strapped customers to let strangers deliver groceries into their refrigerators while they’re away from home.Walmart piloted its new service in New Jersey for five months and is ready to expand. The option will be available to more than a million customers this fall in Kansas City, Pittsburgh and Vero Beach, Florida. Walmart charges a fee for regular grocery delivery orders, and it did not disclose how much customers will have to pay for in-home delivery. See more at Source: Walmart will deliver groceries straight to your fridge
Customers who order home delivery from Walmart in Surprise may find their bananas and milk arriving in a self-driving van as soon as this month.