Woman Arrested In Walmart Black Friday Dispute

Police: Woman Refused To Leave After Line-Cutting Argument

A woman was arrested after a line-cutting argument at a Walmart store on Indianapolis' east side during Black Friday.

The incident happened at about 12:30 a.m. at the store in the 10000 block of East Washington Street.

Indianapolis police said Requita Sullivan, 29, of Indianapolis, was involved in a dispute with other customers. An off-duty officer who was working security at the store said he was flagged down and told about the argument.

Police said Sullivan began arguing with people in line again when she was told to stop and leave the store.

"Ms. Sullivan began to argue with me, stating she was not going to leave because she was with her mother, who was still in line," Officer Matthew McDonald said in a police report.

Police said Sullivan said she was again told to leave or she would face arrest, but she refused to leave.

Sullivan was arrested on a charge of criminal trespassing.