A North Carolina man fired by Wal-Mart crashed his car into a store, police said.
He was arrested and charged with two felony charges.
The incident caused “serious damage” to the goods, but no one was injured.
A dissatisfied former employee drove from the front door of the Wal-Mart store, which fired him, police said.
On April 2, Lacy Cordell Gentry crashed the 2015 Volkswagen Passat into a Wal-Mart supercenter in Concord, North Carolina. FOX 5 report.
Gentry continued to drive inside the store after the crash, the Concord police station said. statement..
The incident caused “serious damage” to the goods, but no one inside was injured, the statement continued.
Photos released by police show the effects of the crash. After hitting the wine display, the car finally stopped, they seem to be showing.
Gentry was subsequently arrested.
A 32-year-old boy was charged with two felony charges-assault, invasion and invasion with deadly weapons. He was also charged with several misdemeanors.
Gentry is currently imprisoned in Cabarrus County Jail with a $ 100,000 deposit.
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