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Shopper was taken away by the police who stopped her because she was not wearing a face mask in the supermarket

Moment furious shopper is dragged away after attempting to fend off the cop who stopped her for not wearing a mask at the Tennessee grocery store

  • Two women were marched from a Walmart in Shelby County, Tennessee
  • One of the women tried to take the hands of an officer from the other woman
  • Shelby County passed a law on July 3 that makes masks mandatory in public

An enraged shopper was taken away by the police after she tried to fight the agents who stopped her for refusing to wear a face mask in a supermarket.

Shots taken by a fellow shopper show the woman arrested at a Walmart in Millington, Shelby County, Tennessee.

The woman was taken away with another woman who was not wearing a mask after Shelby County passed a law on July 3 that made masks mandatory in public.

An enraged shopper is dragged away by the police after trying to fight the officers who stopped her for refusing to wear a face mask at a Walmart in Millington, Shelby County, Tennessee on July 3.

An enraged shopper is dragged away by the police after trying to fight the agents who stopped her for refusing to wear a face mask at a Walmart in Millington, Shelby County, Tennessee on July 3

The woman tries to pry the arms of an officer from another woman who was arrested for not wearing a mask in the supermarket

The woman tries to pry the arms of an officer from another woman who was arrested for not wearing a mask in the supermarket

The woman tries to pry the arms of an officer from another woman who was arrested for not wearing a mask in the supermarket

In the video, a woman with dyed blue hair calls to an officer while trying to get another woman out of the supermarket for not wearing a face mask.

She tries to pull the officer off the other woman’s hands as he turns her around and a woman says out of the camera “they must follow directions.”

Another officer with a face mask runs forward to help and both women are turned in handcuffs and march out of the store.

At the end of the video, one of the women yells at a cop from his car and says “I’m 18”.

She is handcuffed and walked out by a second officer to prevent a fight from breaking out

She is handcuffed and walked out by a second officer to prevent a fight from breaking out

She is handcuffed and walked out by a second officer to prevent a fight from breaking out

The woman yells that she's 18 to a City of Millington police officer after being put in his car

The woman yells that she's 18 to a City of Millington police officer after being put in his car

The woman yells that she’s 18 to a City of Millington police officer after being put in his car

The images were taken on Friday, July 3, the day the law changed to Shelby County, but it only came out this week.

The video maker said, “Shelby County, TN, has passed a mandatory mask law. The police enforce extremely.

“This lady was taken from the store because she didn’t have one and refused to stick to it.”

The video comes after Tennessee Governor Bill Lee emphasized the importance of wearing face masks during his weekly COVID-19 briefing in the Capitol on Tuesday.

Governor Lee said, “This mask here is not conservative. It is not liberal.

“Shame someone for wearing a mask or shame someone for not wearing a mask – it’s just not something Tennesseans should do.

“It’s a simple personal decision that might save an elderly person’s life in this state, it just might make all the difference to keep a business open in Tennessee.”

The Tennessee Department of Health reported 1,514 new cases of coronavirus and 18 deaths yesterday, with 767 Tennesseans dying from the virus since the onset of the pandemic.

Frank Montoya, 38

Frank Montoya, 38

Victoria Parra Carranza, 23

Victoria Parra Carranza, 23

Frank Montoya, 38 (left), and Victoria Parra Carranza, 23 (right), were charged with serious abuse and disorderly conduct. They are accused of refusing to wear masks in a Yuma, Arizona, Walmart and deliberately coughing on workers

Police were called to this Walmart on South Avenue B in Yuma last week after receiving a call about disordered behavior

Police were called to this Walmart on South Avenue B in Yuma last week after receiving a call about disordered behavior

Police were called to this Walmart on South Avenue B in Yuma last week after receiving a call about disordered behavior

Last week, two people in Arizona were arrested after police said they refused to wear face masks in a Walmart and intentionally coughed on store workers when asked.

Frank Montoya, 38, and Victoria Parra Carranza, 23, were arrested Walmart on South Avenue B on Wednesday, July 8, just before 11 a.m.

When the police arrived, they said the couple refused to cooperate and became confrontational.

They said that Montoya eventually fled on foot and was later arrested after fighting officers.

Parra Carranza tried to interfere with Montoya’s arrest and was also detained, according to police.

Montoya and Parra Carranza have been detained in Yuma County prison on suspicion of serious abuse, disorderly conduct, and other charges.

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