Police said they beleive the man who crashed into a WalMart and began attacking customers was under the influence of methamphetamines.
Mercury News: SAN JOSE — A Walmart store erupted into chaos and at least four people were hurt Sunday when a man rammed an Oldsmobile Cutlass through the entrance, then attacked an employee and shoppers with a blunt object, police said.At 11:15 a.m., the unidentified driver in the red, two-door Cutlass Salon struck two other automobiles in the Walmart Supercenter parking lot, at 777 Story Road, in East San Jose and then crashed through the pharmacy and market entrance and continued a few dozen feet until colliding into a beer display. After leaving his car, he picked up an object inside the store and assaulted people, seriously injuring at least one, said San Jose Police Officer Albert Morales.One of the injured victims
WalMart employees huddle in the parking lot outside the store on Story Road in San Jose, Calif., after a vehicle drove into the building and a driver reportedly began assaulting people in the store Sunday afternoon March 31, 2013. (Karl Mondon/Staff) (Karl Mondon)was a Walmart employee. The assailant, described as a man in his 30s, was tackled and tied up by bystanders, according to one shopper who did not want her name used. Police said the driver was arrested and is being treated at a local hospital. As of Sunday afternoon, police had not identified him,