How scary would it be to find hidden needles in your meat bought at a grocery store? Felony charges have been announced against disabled veteran, Ronald Avers from Belleville, IL following his tampering store bought meat. Avers put sewing needles inside packages of hamburger, roasts, and pork chops on random occasions at the Shop N' Save store in Belleville. Likewise, Avers claims he, "didn't know what he was thinking at the time and he had no reason for doing it." Avers also claims he did it, "just for the hell of it, and "it was just stupidity, I didn't want to hurt nobody." Although no serious injuries resulted from the incident, one buyer of the meat was stuck in the hand, and one found a needle in their mouth. If a product has affected you or a loved one, and has caused injury, the skilled St. Louis personal injury attorney's at Meyerkord & Kurth would like to hear from you.
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