‘Zombies’ were chasing him, says man accused of ramming cars at a Miss. Walmart

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(NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune)- A Kiln, Mississippi, man accused of using a stolen front-end loader to ram vehicles at a Gulfport Walmart said he thought “zombies” were chasing him, the Sun Herald reported.

The Biloxi-based newspaper reported Friday (May 4) that Shaun Michael Stroud had a court appearance stemming from the April 8 incident in which he is accused of stealing the front-end loader from another business, driving it to the Walmart and crashing it into trailers and vehicles.

The story reported that it was disclosed during the hearing that Stroud told authorities “he thought it was the end of the world and zombies were chasing him.”

The story said Stroud remains in custody in Harrison County, Mississippi.

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