Police: ‘Sausage Rage' Spurs South NJ Store Attack

Cops say the woman was angry because there were no fully-heated sausages ready for purchase

Cumberland County police say a convenience store customer attacked a store clerk after learning there were no fully-heated sausages ready for purchase.

Police say they eventually had to use pepper spray to subdue 25-year-old Brittany Glanville of Bridgeton after she repeatedly tried to kick out the windows of a police cruiser. She's charged with disorderly conduct.

An officer responded to the store after a panic alarm was set off there early Friday. The officer saw Glanville throw something at the clerk, and she then tried to climb over the counter to reach the clerk.

The officer then arrested Glanville and put her in the back of his cruiser. But she remained agitated and tried to kick out the vehicle's windows.

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