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Disruptive shopper escorted out of Wal-Mart during kids shopping event
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A 59-year-old Tracy woman was escorted out to her car Saturday morning during the Manteca Police Department’s toy shopping spree at Wal-Mart for allegedly being disruptive inside the store.
Police said the woman was led out of the store by the patrol sergeant who said she got into her car and drove in a wild manner toward South Main Street through the parking lot, turning around and driving back toward the store getting into a rear end collision with another car. 
According to the police report,  she was seen throwing items out of her car window while yelling at those around her vehicle and ignoring the commands of officers.  Officers said she was swerving around traffic as she drove southbound on Main Street headed for the Highway 120 Bypass westbound lanes.
Officers attempted to overtake her car but, due to speed,  they canceled their pursuit.  She was contacted at her Tracy home Monday morning and police are submitting their charges to the District Attorney for possible prosecution.
Walmart reportedly asked the woman not to return to their store.

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