OSHKOSH - The Neenah Walmart worker accused of shooting her co-worker last week has now been charged.
Justine Boyd, 46, is charged with attempted first-degree intentional homicide.
Police say Boyd shot 56-year-old Sharon Goffard in the stomach.
Goffard remains in critical condition at Theda Clark Medical Center.
According to court documents, Boyd was apparently upset Goffard received a position in the liquor department, which Boyd believed was easier than a normal cash register position. That is what Goffard's husband told authorities.
We also learned from the criminal complaint, Boyd had two guns and several rounds of ammunition on her when she was working the day of the shooting.
Authorities say Boyd told a co-worker she was going to the bathroom.
The co-worker told police within five minutes she heard a loud bang from the liquor department.
Authorities say surveillance video shows Boyd shooting Goffard in the liquor department from a distance of about five to seven feet.
Also in court documents, Boyd's husband told authorities his wife usually carries a gun and ammunition on her in a concealed pocket of her shirt.
The husband also said Boyd asked him in the past, "How many times should you shoot someone if you want to take them down?"
After court Monday, Winnebago County's deputy district attorney explained why the state would like a $1 million cash bond set for Boyd.
“I think there is some concern for public protection when you have this type of incident in a public store like Walmart at about 11:10 (a.m.), so primarily, protection of the public as well as ensuring she makes her court appearances,” said Deputy District Attorney Scott Ceman.
Court was adjourned so Boyd can apply for a public defender. She is scheduled to be back Tuesday afternoon.
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