Man arrested, accused of cursing at store workers
BATON ROUGE - Sheriff's deputies arrested a man who investigators said was yelling and cursing at workers at a Baton Rouge Walmart.
The East Baton Rouge Sheriff's Office charged 30-year-old Kenneth Bradley with disturbing the peace and entering after being forbidden after his arrest Monday.
Deputies said they were called to the Walmart on Oneal Lane around 11 a.m. Monday and told that Bradley had come into the store and started screaming and cursing at employees. The workers said Bradley demanded to know why his brother was arrested at the store.
Deputies said the store manager told them he instructed Bradley to wait outside until EBRSO arrived. The manager said Bradley did so at first, then came back inside the store and continued to curse and speak loudly while he was on the phone.
Investigators said Bradley told them his brother had called him and said he was being arrested for stealing from that Walmart. Bradley said he saw his brother being arrested as he pulled up, and told the deputy he was cursing while on his phone and not directly at an employee.
Deputies arrested Bradley on the above charges and booked him into the East Baton Rouge Parish jail.
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