Woman seen in viral Dollar General video threatening elderly customer has been charged

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A woman seen in the viral Dollar General video threatening an elderly customer has been criminally charged for communicating threats.

Randi Lynn Fahey, 33, of Charlotte St. in Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina was arrested on June 26, 2020, by the Roanoke Police Department and charged with communicating threats.

Randi Lynn Fahey

According to police warrants, Fahey threatened Patricia Bailey stating to her “fucking white bitch you think you are better than everybody else. She stated she would beat her ass and to come back tomorrow and meet her in the parking lot that she would beat the hell out of her with a baseball bat.”

According to the video, Mrs. Bailey asked Fahey if she could double bag her products in which Fahey told her “if you wanted to get all of this, you could’ve went to Wal-Mart. This is a Dollar General. Come here get a few things and that is it, Fahey could be heard saying.”

If Fahey is found guilty, she faces 120 days in jail.

The sad part about all of this is that the customers in the line thought it was funny and none of them came to the rescue of Mrs. Bailey, to help with her groceries or to address the ANIMAL behind the counter. Unbelievable!

Fahey has been terminated by the CEO of Dollar General, Todd J Vasos, according to comments he made on The North Carolina Beat Facebook page.

If you missed the video, you can watch it below:

Fahey is expected to appear in court on July 28, 2020, for the communicating threat charge.

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Fahey signed herself out of jail on a written promise to appear in court in July.

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