A North Augusta mother is facing a disorderly conduct charge after a witness said she used profanity toward her children in a grocery store.
Danielle Christine Wolf, 22, was arrested Sunday at the Kroger on Knox Avenue, according to an incident report from the North Augusta Department of Public Safety.
A witness in the store said she heard Wolf use the F-word toward her children multiple times, according to the report. The witness called the North Augusta Department of Public Safety.
Officers responded and arrested Wolf. She was issued a citation for disorderly conduct and released on a courtesy summons.
The witness, Michelle Smith, told WFXG's Nick Lulli that she never intended for Wolf to get arrested.
According to Smith, she suffered verbal abuse as a child, and was simply trying to be an advocate for the children.
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