to connectVideoDelaware man attacks Walmart cashier in Florida
Raw video: a man faces multiple charges after attacking on the counter, and without any provocation.
A Delaware man who police say was heavily intoxicated, was arrested after security cameras caught him with intense warning as a Walmart cashier in Florida while waiting in the checkout line last week.
Peter McGuaghran, 32, stepped around the bags area, and then pushed the female cashier at the counter, before he started to “choke her, and without provocation,” the Stuart Police Department said.
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The Overhead security footage showed the McGuaghran to grab the cash register from behind, and held her head between his hands, just after 5:30 p.m. on Oct. 2.
McGuaghran was charged with a number of offences, including battery and assault on a law enforcement officer, according to police.
(Stuart Police and the Martin County Sheriff’s Office (inset))
McGuaghran’s girlfriend, 38-year-old Jennifer Budd, Stuart, and a bystander helped pull the suspect off the woman, who was subsequently treated at a hospital for minor injuries, the TC Palm reported.
The cashier, who, like Libia, Evans by WPEC-TV, remembered how she feared for her life during an interview with the West Palm Beach station.
“At that point in time, I believe, and I think,” Oh, God, please, help me, God help me,’ cause only God can help me,” the woman said.
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Store security workers to respond to the attack, and did McGuaghran, authorities said. However, when Stuart police arrived, McGuaghran allegedly tried to kick and head-butt the officers.
Investigators said they smelled a “heavy odor” of alcohol coming from the McGuaghran, the Palm has been reported.
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McGuaghran, of Wilmington, Del., it was charged with battery and resisting arrest without violence, assault on a law enforcement officer and battery on a law enforcement officer.
He was taken to the Martin County Jail on a $11,500 bond.