Mad that her delivery didn’t include the chicken wings she ordered, a St. Paul woman drove to a Domino’s Pizza on Grand Avenue last week and pulled out a gun, authorities say.
She pointed it at an employee inside the store and ordered the man to give her a “mother-(expletive) refund,” court documents say.
Holly Webb, also known as Holly Jo Robinson, is charged with making threats of violence.
The Ramsey County Attorney’s office charged Holly Webb with the felony last week.
The incident took place around 10:30 p.m. last Thursday, shortly after the 59-year-old woman’s delivery order from the pizza shop arrived at her home on the 1000 block of Dayton Avenue without her chicken wings, court documents say.
Another employee at the store called 911 when Webb pointed the handgun at her coworker. She fled in a Chrysler 200 and was subsequently arrested when police found the car parked in front of her home, according to the complaint.
Police found a gun inside her glove compartment, charges say.
Though she initially denied the allegations, authorities say Webb admitted to flashing a gun inside the store after officers told her the incident had been caught on surveillance video.
She denied pointing it at anyone, charges say.
Webb has a permit to carry, authorities say.
She is expected to make her first appearance on the charges Monday.
Webb has no prior criminal history in the state.
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