June Ann Blocker, 52, arrested for DUI after driving her car into a Kroger store for the second time in Hardin County, Kentucky

Modified Date: 
Wed, 04/01/2015 - 4:39pm
Accident Date: 
Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Police: Woman intentionally rams car into a Kroger for 2nd time.

It was a wild scene Wednesday afternoon in Elizabethtown after police said a woman rammed her car right into the front entrance of a busy Kroger store, injuring two people, and has quite a history with grocery stores and crashes.

Woman buys car just so she can ram it into shop

A friend of Blocker defended her, saying: ‘I knew about the incidents, but it never changed how I felt about June. I care about her, she’s always been a wonderful person to me and I want the very best for her.’

It was a wild scene Wednesday afternoon in Elizabethtown after police said a woman rammed her car right into the front entrance of a busy Kroger store, injuring two people, and has quite a history with grocery stores and crashes. Police said 52-year-old June Ann Blocker drove her car into a checkout lane. Apparently Blocker bought a 2006 four-door Lincoln earlier in the day for the sole purpose of crashing it into the store. Police said Blocker was charged more than a decade ago with doing the exact same thing at another Elizabethtown Kroger. Following Wednesday's incident she is facing charges of DUI, assault, criminal mischief and wanton endangerment charges has a lengthy criminal history. Friends of Blocker said the two Kroger drive-thru store attacks go back to a long running vendetta she has with the company as a former employee. Kroger isn't the only chain where Blocker has been blocked from entry. A court order demanded she stay away from all Hardin County Walmart stores and take her medication. Friends said that happened after Blocker attempted to hit an employee with a baseball bat.

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Type: Car Accident
People Involved: 
June Ann Blocker
Roadway: 
Dolphin Drive

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