In 2011, officers were forced to use a stun gun on an unruly shopper.
FLORENCE, AL (WAFF) -
Police are out in force ensuring Black Friday
shoppers stay safe on the road and in stores.
People are already out in full force taking
advantage of pre-Black Friday sales or waiting in line for stores to open.
Last year, a Florence police officer was force
to use a stun gun on an unruly shopper just after midnight. Florence Police
said they are staffed and ready this year in case anyone gets out of hand
again, but they hope no one will.
Walmart's first wave of sales is expected to
begin around 5 p.m., and shoppers and police are ready.
Monday, May 20 2013 9:07 PM EDT2013-05-21 01:07:48 GMT
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