LPD: 89 rounds of ammunition found after woman makes gun threat at Walmart

LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN)- On April 11, at 4:34 p.m., Lincoln police were called to the Walmart on 85th Street on the report of a weapons violation.

The victim, a 45-year-old woman, told LPD that she’d been involved in a verbal altercation with a woman later identified as Tereasa M. Albert, 47.

The victim told officers that Albert and two others were standing at the back of her car when she was leaving Walmart. The three were Albert, Albert’s boyfriend, and her granddaughter.

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She told officers that she felt that they were “menacing” so she avoided them, got into her car, and started slowly backing out of the parking space, hoping they would move.

As she continued to back out, she told police that she looked over at Albert who then pulled a handgun out of her waistband and displayed it to her–but the gun was not pointed at her.

The victim told officers she asked Albert if she was serious and Albert responded, “Yeah, bitch.”

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LPD contacted Albert and she told them she had a permit to carry concealed, but initially told officers that she didn’t have the firearm on her. Once police did a search of her vehicle, they reported finding a .40 caliber handgun along with 89 rounds of .380 caliber ammunition, 2 glass pipes with burned marijuana, and 7.1 grams of marijuana

Officers also reported finding a loaded .380 handgun belonging to Albert inside the trashcan of the women’s restroom at Walmart.

Officers cited and lodged Albert for Terroristic Threats (F), Use of a Firearm to Commit a Felony (F), Tampering with Physical Evidence (F), Child Abuse (M), Possession of Marijuana (I), and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia (I).

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