Stop & Shop workers continue their strike into day seven, and things are getting intense.
According to officials, around 12:30 p.m., units responded to a disturbance in front of the store at 5 River Road between striking employees and a customer.
At the scene, police learned that a woman got into a verbal altercation with the protesting employees.
Authorities said the woman became angry when she was being recorded on video by one of the protesters.
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The woman then allegedly grabbed a phone out of the protester’s hand and yelled at them.
The woman was removed from the premises and issued a misdemeanor summons for breach of peace in the second degree.
She has been issued a court date of April 30th.
No injuries were reported during the altercation.