ALBUQUERQUE, N.M - A New Mexico woman is accused of going on a bottle-throwing rampage at ah Albuquerque grocery store, authorities said.
Crystal Paula Lujan-Miranda, 27, was arrested Tuesday and charged with criminal damage to property, according to Bernalillo County arrest records.
Police officers were called late Monday to a Smith's Food and Drug Store in Albuquerque, KRQE reported.
Crystal Miranda, 27, was seen on video throwing hundreds of bottles of liquor at workers, customers and responding officers. https://t.co/fcexB4sxfH— KOB 4 (@KOB4) October 8, 2019
Police said Lujan-Miranda threw bottles at them as they approached, the television station reported. According to a criminal complaint, an officer had to use a stun gun to subdue Lujan-Miranda before she could be arrested, KOB-TV reported.
According to the complaint, Lujan-Miranda broke about 700 bottles, which were worth about $10,000, KRQE reported.
Lujan-Miranda was released on her own recognizance Tuesday, KOB reported.
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