50 Georgia teens go on rampage in Walmart, drag disabled shopper from motorized cart

This is the horrifying moment up to 50 teenagers stormed a Walmart in Macon, Georgia and trashed the store, smashing merchandise and causing an estimated $2,000 in damage.

Teens can be seen running up the aisle and throwing items to the floor as they swarm the store, which is open twenty-four hours.

And some people in the group even snatched a man from his motorized shopping cart and dragged him to the floor during the 2am rampage on Sunday, police said.

The store’s floors were covered with items that had been ‘shattered, destroyed, turned over and thrown about,’ according to a police report obtained by 11 Alive.

Sheriff’s officials said one of the teens later told a Walmart employee that their goal was to see how much damage they could cause after the group had just come from a party.

The Telegraph reports that the teens ran when deputies arrived, but 17-year-old Kharron Nathan Green was arrested when he returned to the store to retrieve his cellphone that he had left behind.

After being forced to watch the surveillance footage with his parents, he admitted he had been the leader of the group.

However Green refused to give up the names of any of the other individuals involved in the spree.

He was later released on bond of $3,700 and charged with inciting a riot and second-degree damage to property.

Green will also face a charge of street gang activity as surveillance video captured him throwing up gang signs as he entered the store.

Bibb County Sheriff David Davis said investigators are using surveillance video to try and identify suspects.

‘Hopefully we can identify the others,’ said Sheriff Davis said Monday.

‘Hopefully it’s not a pattern of behavior.’

Sheriff Davis also seemed to imply that this situation would not have occurred had these teenagers been religious.

In a bizarre comment about their parental supervision, the officer said: ‘Due to the lateness of the hour, I don’t know that they were going to be going to church the next morning.’

Anyone with information on this case is asked to call Macon Regional Crime Stoppers at 1-877-68CRIME.

Source: The DailyMail

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