BEECH GROVE, Ind. (WISH) — One of the women charged for her involvement in a fight at a Beech Grove Wal-Mart that went viral agreed to a plea deal on Wednesday.
Rebecca Mills,39, pleaded guilty to the lesser charges of disorderly conduct. A judge sentenced her to 180 days, 40 hours of community service and issued her a stay away order from all Wal-Mart locations in Marion County.
In June, a video was posted to YouTube shows Mills and 34-year-old Amber Stephenson fighting each other in the shampoo aisle of the Beech Grove Wal-Mart.
According to police, Stephenson told them she heard Mills threaten a Wal-Mart employee. After a few verbal exchanges Mills got out of her motorized cart and the fight began.
The employee stated that she was re-stocking shelves and shopping carts full of merchandise were in the aisle.
The employee said Mills struck the carts with her motorized cart, then Mills began yelling at her.
Stephenson’s next court appearance is set for July 28.