Panic at the New Rochelle Costco: Cops Called For Out of Control Crowd
Are people still stockpiling supplies? Have we learned nothing from the toilet paper shortage in March? Large crowds at a lower Hudson Valley Costco store proves that they are.
With a supposed lift of the New York's pause nearly in sight I figured we were passed this kind mob mentality behavior. The panic from the coronavirus started to set in at the end o March.
According to the New York Post, the New Rochelle police department responded to a call to help control a large crowd of impatient shoppers at Costco. The Post also reported that there were over 1,000 customers at the store.
How many police officers thought that one day their riot training at the academy would one day be used for angry customers wanting their cases of Kirkland toilet paper?
Have you seen an unruly crowds here in the Hudson Valley?
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