Woman is sentenced in Minn. Wal-Mart kidnapping
NEW ULM, Minn. (AP) — A Worthington woman accused of making a bomb threat, taking a Wal-Mart cashier hostage and forcing her into the parking lot has been sentenced to about six months in jail.
Elisheba Swett pleaded guilty in September to kidnapping and terroristic threat charges for the crimes June 14 in New Ulm.
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