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The San Angelo Police Department said that a man was trying to run over his girlfriend when he plowed through a San Angelo Walmart in his pickup truck early on Thursday morning.
According to authorities, Caleb Wilson, 19, of Eldorado, was shopping at the store on Sherwood Way in San Angelo at around 12:30 a.m. on Thursday when he got into a fight with his girlfriend.
A customer intervened in the fight and convinced the woman to go back inside of the store.
The article goes on to state the following:
When Wilson’s girlfriend and customer checked to see if Wilson had left the scene, authorities said that Wilson sped towards them.
Wilson’s girlfriend and the customer jumped out of the way as Wilson’s truck barreled into the store with his red Dodge Ram 2500, plowing over shelves and displays on his way to the back of the store.
The report states that employees and customers screamed and ran, and Wilson turned his truck around and drove out of store. Miraculously, no one was injured, but the store is now temporarily closed, while up to $500,000 of damages are repaired.
Authorities said that Wilson drove through the parking lot and smashed into an unoccupied Toyota Camry before stopping at a Murphy USA gas station, where he was arrested.
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