Why are there so many shooting incidents and other gun crimes on Walmart property?

Sunday, July 13, 2014

Ohio teen fires shots in Walmart parking lot after car crash

Occurred May 17, 2014.

Two cars collided in a Walmart parking lot in Sandusky, Ohio.  A confrontation occurred after this, during which a 17-year old boy who was involved pulled out a .32-caliber handgun and fired three shots into the air, then he fled.

Police responded, and the boy was taken into custody.  He then led police to where he hid the gun.

Luckily, no one was injured.

From an article:
The gray car was trolling through the Walmart parking lot when it was struck by the white car. The occupants got out and began arguing, and a few other vehicles pulled up to the scene, too.
At some point, the Willoughby boy pulled out a .32-caliber Smith & Wesson revolver and fired into the air, the report said. The boy then fled on foot toward the Firelands medical building and the Super 8. The gray car then left the crash scene, but not before picking up the alleged shooter on Milan Road.
The boy’s appearance and clothing matched the description provided by witnesses. Police also viewed surveillance video from Walmart, which showed the boy firing the gun into the air before running off.
The three people who were in the vehicle with the boy said they had no idea who fired the shots. They were not charged, according to the report.
Police scoured the scene in hopes of finding the gun, but it was the boy who led them to it — he tossed the weapon into some bushes near the Super 8 when he ran from the scene, the report said.
The gun had three live rounds and three spent rounds, the report said. The boy was taken to the Erie County detention center.
The article didn't say where the boy got the gun and ammo.  Every gun in the hands of a child must first pass through the hands of an adult.

Walmart.  Save money.  Die faster.