Hall Co woman jailed after Wal Mart shooting threat

A Gainesville woman is arrested after allegedly threatening to shoot people in a Wal Mart store in Oakwood. 27 year-old Paquasha Randolph was booked into the Hall County jail on charges that include terroristic threats after she allegedly made a phone call to the store, saying she would open fire.

From WSB TV...

A Hall County woman is in jail, accused of calling in a mass shooting threat to a Walmart.

Police said Paquasha Randolph threatened to shoot up the Walmart in Oakwood, causing the store to go into lockdown on Sunday.

No one was injured and there was no shooting, according to police.

Randolph made the call on her mom’s phone, according to police.

Oakwood police, University of North Georgia police, Flowery Branch police and Hall County deputies all responded to search the store.

Randolph was charged with terroristic threats, an offense against public order and misuse of 911.

She was booked into Hall County Jail.

Tim Bryant

Tim Bryant

Tim Bryant hosts Classic City Today, 6-10 weekday mornings on 98.7FM & AM 1340 WGAU in Athens.



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