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A man, later identified as Sandon Matthew Sierad, stood at an electronics checkout counter for approximately 10 minutes and never attempted to make a purchase.
Sierad waited until an employee walked away from the cash register and he walked behind the counter and removed a cash box from underneath the register before being confronted by management.
Management advised Sierad he needed to leave the property and he was escorted to the front of the store.
Once at the front of the store, Sierad entered the Hair Salon area rather than leaving as ordered by Walmart management. Sierad got into an altercation with employees inside the Salon and still refused to leave the business.
Sierad eventually walked out of the Salon and exited Walmart. Due to Sierad’s erratic behavior, the employees of the Salon were afraid for their safety and closed and locked the security gate. Sierad attempted to come back inside the Salon after he had already exited Walmart. Sierad stated to an employee as he was walking back in the store that he had a bomb but was not found to be in possession of any explosive device at the time of arrest.
An employee at the Hair Salon calls 911 at 1:10 pm regarding Sierad causing a disturbance.
Sierad exited Walmart a second time and is seen walking to his White Dodge pickup truck which was parked in the parking lot close to the entrance/exit doors.
originally posted by: ManBehindTheMask
I expect there to be protests and riots because of this.........
If the lack of response from the public doesnt make it clear the agenda behind some of these things , then I dont know what does......
originally posted by: DaphneApollo
a reply to: 00nunya00
He was not complying, was told not to do what he did. Even the lady taking the vid asked him to stop fighting/resisting for his own good, so the Police wouldn't hit him. Yes, understood. BUT, there are two sides to EVERY story.
Deny Ignorance indeed.
No, the police are too brutal , agreed. I've seen worse than this and they weren't police, just undercover. When you evade authority, you will be apprehended/pursued if you don't comply, they will get you in those cuffs/restraints eventually, however they can.
originally posted by: Mikeultra
a reply to: 00nunya00
Ten minutes? He was only beaten for 2 minutes for not complying.