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Woman at whole foods Columbus out

Joshua IrvineCopy Chief May 2,

Woman At Whole Foods Columbus Out

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A Whole Foods worker in Philadelphia has been fired after sharing posts on social media criticizing their store management for providing free food to police during George Floyd protests in the area. Megan Murray, 22, had worked at the store in Philadelphia for nearly two years. The outlet shares a building and parking garage with a local police station. During recent anti-police brutality protests, they and other workers heard that a manager had provided police officers with free food and water. A Whole Foods spokesperson confirmed the store had closed and evacuated early on 1 June due to the protests and provided remaining prepared food and water for free to police officers on site assisting with evacuation.

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An employee of Whole Foods Market went outside the store on Saturday to have lunch with a year-old Stamford woman that the employee knew, but the woman brought three female friends with her and the group assaulted the employee, according to Darien police. At p.

A witness told police he saw four females attacking the victim, whom police were able to find and talk to. In an increasing practice for Darien police, the police announcement did not say whether the victim was a male or female or an adult or .

Officers responded to a fight in progress at Whole Foods, the caller was a third party driving by who stated they witnessed the altercation. The victim told police that he or she went to the parking lot to have lunch with Michelle Gilchrest.

The victim saw Gilchrest had brought several females with her. An argument started between Gilchrest and the victim, and it escalated into a fight between the victim and the others.

Police contacted Gilchrest, who met with officers at Darien Police Headquarters. She admitted that she struck the victim.

Gilchrest, of Spruce Street in the West Side section of Stamford, was charged with third-degree assault and breach of peace. She was issued a misdemeanor summons to appear in court on April 6. On Wednesday, April 8, two days after that court date, a search of the Connecticut Judicial Branch website showed no for a woman with that last name and first initial.

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