A woman is accused of threatening to shoot an employee at a Nashville Kroger store.
According to the arrest affidavit, Amy Jaudon was at the Kroger at 2284 Murfreesboro Pike using the Western Union services on Tuesday when she and the employee at the counter started arguing.
Jaudon asked to speak to a manger, and when the manager arrived to speak with her, she allegedly used a racial slur referring to the employee she had been arguing with.
According to the arrest affidavit, the employee started yelling at Jaudon, who then allegedly slapped the employee in the face.
A fight between the two ensued, and other employees had to step in to separate them.
The employee then went outside to calm down.
Witnesses say they then saw Jaudon walk to her car, pull out a gun and wave it around, threatening to shoot the employee.
The incident was caught on video by the store's surveillance cameras.
Jaudon is charged with aggravated assault.
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