A North Augusta woman is facing charges of disorderly conduct after telling children to stop squeezing bread on Monday.
The children’s mother told North Augusta police she overheard Danielle Christine Wolf, 22, of Seymour Drive, using profanity and telling her children repeatedly to stop “squishing the bread” at Kroger, 1284 Knox Ave., according to a police report.
Wolf admitted to police she made the comments.
She was handcuffed, booked and issued a citation of disorderly conduct. Wolf was later released on a courtesy summons.