A woman got Attacked at Kroger on Mother’s Day

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According to the recent news statement, a sad incident took place. As per victim statement she stated that “They were hitting me”: A woman who was attacked in the Kroger on Mother’s Day wanted more help from LMPD. Louisville Metro Police Department officers investigate a Mother’s Day attack that injured a woman in a Kroger parking lot.

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Pamela victim stated that the accident happened Sunday as she was leaving the Kroger located at Breckenridge Lane. Brown, a disabled veteran, said she was parked in a handicap facility near the entrance. When she began to retreat, she said she noticed another car behind her, preventing her from entering.

A woman got Attacked at Kroger on Mother’s Day

Furthermore, she said that when I go out and say, ‘Do you guys need any help? And she said, “Damn you, white ****.” “I said, ‘Wait, you don’t know until Brown said. “I said,” That’s good. If you don’t need anything, that’s fine. I’ll get back to the car. ” Brown said the car she intercepted looked like a black Dodge – either a Charger or a Challenger. She said that the occupants of the car, four black girls, started throwing the contents of the mug at her before attacking her. She said, “I mean, they were hitting me, and I was in a fetal position, and I would cover my face, making sure I didn’t shut my eyes.”

According to Brown, the attack was dispersed by strangers, not by Kroger security personnel. During the accident, her nose was broken. “It’s tough for us because we all feel, well, what if we were there?” Brown’s husband, Edward, said, “It makes you feel helpless.” “It was terrible for them and for me that their mom would come home in this situation.” Brown said she returned to Kroger on Sunday to speak to the officers of the London Police Service and attempted to retrieve the security footage. Tuesday, her daughter called the police multiple times to obtain security footage to no avail.

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“They said to her,” You could have had the video from Kroger the first day. And then he followed that up by saying, ‘Well, the detective has that, so you can’t get it from Kroger. “He – she?” Said Brown. “His response was to disconnect her.” After the attack, Brown said she was sad, anxious, and had nightmares, although she is grateful to have returned to her family alive. Brown and her husband share a concern that race played a role in the accident, even though Brown’s husband is black and her children are racist. The veteran fears a similar attack if the perpetrators are not found. “I could have been killed, but I know how to protect myself,” she said. “I mean, I am a strong person … that doesn’t mean everyone is that strong.” While, if anyone with any information is encouraged to call the LMPD anonymous tip line at (502) 574-LMPD (5673). No Kroger worker was injured and involved as per reports. More updates regarding this incident will covered once the case is sorted. If you have any clue or you have eye witnessed, do comment below to help identify the criminals.

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