Woman, 20, ‘punches and KNOCKS out female Kroger worker, 49,’ while her 1-year-old daughter watches on

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A 20-year-old Detroit mother allegedly punched and knocked out a female Kroger worker as her one-year-old child watched from a shopping cart.

Shelby Parham, from Detroit, Michigan, has been accused of attacking a 49-year-old Kroger worker who lost consciousness and suffered a head injury after the assault.

The wild beating was captured on nearby security cameras at a Kroger in St. Clair Shores on Tuesday.

The assault

In the video, Parham can be seen walking up to the unnamed clerk and punching her in the face, sending her flat to the ground, while her one-year-old baby witnessed the incident from a shopping cart.

Parham has been charged with aggravated assault on Wednesday and was released on a $1,000 bond.

The alleged assault unfolded on Tuesday at a St. Clair Shores Kroger, where Parham reportedly did not have enough money to pay for the items she had rung up.

She allegedly asked for assistance to deduct some items but was not helped in the moment.

How the event unfolded

She can be seen standing near the self-checkout counter, talking to an employee in the video, moments before abruptly turning back and walking toward the victim.

Parham charged toward the 49-year-old Kroger staff member, who has not been named, as other customers, employees, and her one-year-old daughter watched.

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The surveillance footage captures her forcibly punching the staff, who fell to the ground immediately and hit her head.

Statement from witnesses

‘The employee walked away from her. The defendant was upset and followed her and struck her in the face,’ St. Clair Shores Police Detective Gordon Carrier told FOX2.

One witness said Parham was ‘screaming’ at the clerk and accusing her of offending her very young child before ‘running up and punching her in the face,’ according to local reports. Carrier said.

‘It’s obviously very clear-cut. There’s no questions as to who’s at fault here.’

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