A Nashville, Tenn. woman was charged with aggravated assault on Tuesday after waving a gun at a Kroger grocery store employee and threatening to kill her, according to WKRN-TV.
Amy Jaudon got into a verbal disagreement with a the employee, who was working at the store’s Western Union counter.
Jaudon started calling the employee vulgar names when she brought out her manager, according to a police affidavit obtained by WKRN. Jaudon then slapped the employee.
The employee then threw Jaudon on the ground.
Jaudon threatened to kill the employee and said she had a gun. She then left the store and retrieved her gun.
Jaudon waved the gun and again threatened to kill the employee, according to WKRN.
Kroger spokeswoman Melissa Eads told WKRN that the store would be reviewing the incident.
“We are doing an internal review of the incident and cooperating fully with the police investigation. We are thankful that no one was hurt,” she said.
This post has been updated.