Man charged with threatening to stab Walmart worker

Sean Miller of N. Adams was allegedly using knife to open package of razors when he was confronted

Sean Miller, 24, of North Adams is accused of threatening a Walmart employee with a knife, after being found using the tool to open a packet of razors. Image Courtesy: North Adams Police Department

NORTH ADAMS, Mass. (AP) — A man from Berkshire County is facing assault charges for allegedly threatening a North Adams Walmart employee with a knife last month.

Sean Miller of North Adams was released after pleading not guilty in Northern Berkshire District Court on Monday to charges of assault with a dangerous weapon, intimidating a witness, and malicious destruction of property under $250.

The Berkshire Eagle reports he was also told to stay away from the alleged victim and 50 yards away from Walmart.

The employee said he saw a man using a knife to cut open a box of razors on Jan. 24. When the employee confronted the man, he allegedly threatened to stab the worker.

The 24-year-old Miller was arrested last week based on surveillance video and tips from the public.

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