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NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Two alleged shoplifters reportedly caused a scene at a Tennessee Walmart store by breaking wine bottles and tossing cookies, officials say.

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According to a news release from the Murfreesboro Police Department, officers were called out to a Walmart store after reports of two alleged shoplifters causing a disturbance by breaking bottles of wine and throwing Halloween cookies on Monday.

When officers arrived at the scene, the alleged shoplifters approached them and began yelling and screaming at them as well as resisting arrest, according to MPD.

As officers tried to investigate, one of the alleged shoplifters, Toilynn Flakes, 18, continued to knock over bottles of wine and continued to throw cookies, according to WZTV. She was asked to stop by the officers but refused to.

MPD said officers restrained her by using “soft open-hand techniques, placing her on the floor to cuff her.” She has been charged with resisting arrest, theft, vandalism and simple assault.

According to MPD, a 17-year-old juvenile girl also resisted arrest but was eventually taken into custody. She has been charged with resisting arrest and theft.

According to WZTV, both Flakes and the juvenile had purchased grocery items but were accused of hiding $670.64 worth of clothing and other items just before they tried to leave the store.

Walmart loss prevention workers confronted Flakes and the juvenile, which is when Flakes allegedly assaulted one of the workers, according to WZTV.

Flakes was released from the Rutherford County Adult Detention Center on a $4,000 bond, according to MPD. The juvenile was taken into custody at the Rutherford County Juvenile Detention Center but has since been released to the custody of her parents.