Woman arrested after scuffle over laptop at Greeley Walmart

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GREELEY, Colo. – A woman was arrested and charged with felony robbery after a scuffle during a late-night Thanksgiving sale at a Greeley Walmart.

The Greeley Tribune reported that 22-year-old Amino Idris faces felony robbery charges after she allegedly knocked down another shopper and took a laptop out of her hands during a door-buster sale at the Walmart Supercenter located at 3103 S. 23rd Ave., in Greeley.

According to the paper, Idris took a laptop from a pallet in the store and handed it to a family member during the late-night Thanksgiving sale. As another shopper, 20-year-old Nichole Vanlandingham, also grabbed a laptop and headed toward the checkout to pay for the computer, that’s when Idris reportedly took it from her and knocked her down, the paper said.

Walmart security contacted off-duty Greeley police officers and notified them of the incident.

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