NEENAH - New details are being released about Wednesday's workplace shooting at Walmart in Neenah.
Neenah police say the suspect in the shooting, Justine Boyd, had a concealed weapon permit.
Investigators say Boyd did violate Walmart's policy against employees being armed while working in the store.
Boyd has not been charged yet with shooting Sharon Goffard in the stomach.
After the shooting, Goffard was taken to Theda Clark Medical Center where she is listed in critical condition.
Goffard’s family has established a fund on her behalf. If you would like to make a donation, please call or stop at any Capital Credit Union. It is called “The Sharon Goffard Recovery Fund.”
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