Police use stun gun at Milford Walmart

Police have released more information about how Black Friday turned violent at the Walmart in Milford.Police say a fight broke out when an 11-year-old boy

MILFORD - Police have released more information about how Black Friday turned violent at the Walmart in Milford.

Police say a fight broke out when an 11-year-old boy who was waiting in line for a video game was knocked to the ground by Brian Shellnut, 26.

Officers say Shellnutt confronted the boy's father as he tried to help his son up.

Authorities say they were forced to use a stun gun on Shellnut after he ignored their warnings to stop fighting.

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