VICTORVILLE, Calif. – A 31-year-old Hesperia woman became irate after an AMPM clerk asked for her ID when she was purchasing cigarettes on Wednesday.
At around 1:30 a.m. Nancy Galindo walked into the AM/PM located at 12122 Mariposa Road in the City of Victorville and asked the clerk to purchase a pack of cigarettes. The clerk asked for her ID, which made her upset. Galindo threw her wallet and one of her shoes at the clerk before leaving the store. Victorville station deputies arrived but Galindo was no longer at the store. During an area check, she was located nearby and arrested for Battery.
Galindo was booked at the West Valley Detention Center and subsequently cited and released. No court dates are scheduled at this time.
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