Circumstances Of Short Incident At IGA Clarified

By Leah Tuckwiller

An altercation at Cornerstone IGA in Fairlea on Sunday, January 12, has been much-discussed in Greenbrier County this weekend. Tyler Cutlip, a spokesperson for IGA, confirmed that there was a brief scuffle at the grocery store, but that rumors of an individual being attacked and having their groceries stolen are untrue.

Cultip noted that "two people got into a fight, [but] nobody got any groceries stolen. People that rounded the corner approached this [person], thought [it] was somebody else. The scuffle lasted for like seven seconds. And then they all came walking into the grocery store together, apologizing to each other.

Read more in the Monday, January 13, 2020, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.

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