Customer inside Walmart allegedly pulled out gun when told the store was being evacuated in Murfreesboro

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64-Year old Kenneth Overall was one of the customers inside the Walmart store on South Rutherford Boulevard when a bomb threat was called in. Reports indicate a Walmart employee approached Overall and told him he needed to leave the store "because there was an emergency." Overall turned to the worker and replied, "Do We?" At which time he allegedly pulled out a .45 caliber handgun from his waist and held it above his head. The incident was said to have scared the Walmart worker.

Police questioned Overall who made no verbal threats to the store employee, only pulling out a gun stating, "Do We?" The report suggested that Overall could not justify why he pulled a firearm on the worker.

Overall was arrested for pulling the firearm out in the store and charged with "Aggravated Assault (with a firearm)." He will appear in court on October 29, 2015.


No one was injured and the initial bomb call was a hoax, police say the call was "unfounded."



MPD Incident Report #15-15750
MPD Arrest Report #15-15750

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