Bridgeton, NJ- Police reported Friday that a woman walked into a South Jersey 7-Eleven and lost her mind after an employee told her he did not have any hot sausages prepared for her. She attacked the employee and the police eventually had to subdue her with pepper spray.
Brittany C. Glanville, was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct.
The officer who responded to a panic button pressed at the 7-Eleven saw Glanville throw something at the head of the clerk who caught it and avoided injury. The officer said that as he began to enter the store Glanville was attempting to climb over the counter and go after the clerk, so he immediately arrested her.
After Glanville was put in the back of the squad car she started trying to kick out the window of the squad car until the officer pepper sprayed her.
The clerk said the woman was enraged when the sausages in the hot dog cooker were not ready yet.
The officer said she appeared to be intoxicated because of her strange behavior, slurred speech, bloodshot and watery eyes and the distinct odor of alcohol on her breath. After Glanville was charged she was released to the hospital for an evaluation.
When she was reached by NJ.com she had no comment on the incident.
Do you think the officer did a good job by pepper spraying her after she was already handcuffed or should he have just tried to get her to stop kicking?