Sunday, December 23, 2012

Shootout in Walmart Riverdale parking lot

Posted By on Sun, Dec 23, 2012 at 6:19 AM

COLLATERAL DAMAGE: Bullet hole in car window at Cantrell Road Walmart.
Forbidden Hillcrest covers crime in the 'hood like the dew.

Here's a report on an exchange of gunfire Saturday afternoon in the parking lot of the newish Walmart in the Riverdale shopping center. No one hurt apparently, but a bullet hole was spotted in one car.

Witness said a store employee tried to stop photography of damage in the parking lot on account of "publicity" concerns. Good luck shutting down Forbidden Hillcrest.

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