NEENAH - Neenah police say there is no clear motive to explain what led to a shooting between co-workers at the Walmart in Neenah Wednesday.
It happened just after 11 a.m. in the store's liquor department of the store.
Police say 46-year-old Justine Boyd shot 56-year-old Sharon Goffard in the stomach from close range.
Boyd is being held in the Winnebago County Jail.
Police are recommending she be charged with attempted first-degree intentional homicide.
Neenah Police Chief Kevin Wilkinson said Thursday he's not being coy about what may have led to the shooting.
"There is nothing obvious to us, if there was a long-standing feud between the two we are not aware of it, if there was a heated argument that occurred that morning, we are not aware of that,” said Chief Wilkinson.
Wilkinson says Justine Boyd or her husband legally possessed the handgun used to shoot Sharon Goffard. Wilkinson says surveillance video shows at least some of the incident as it took place. He says both women were working in the store's liquor department at the time of the shooting. While investigators still piece together what happened, Wilkinson says he is confident he can rule out at least a few possible motives.
"There is nothing to suggest there is any kind of motivation such as robbery or theft or anything like that, from all appearances it was some sort of personal conflict that we are still attempting to understand,” said Wilkinson.
Police arrived at the scene to find Boyd still in the store, standing near the checkout area in the liquor store. Wilkinson says she did not resist arrest and asked for an attorney.
Meanwhile, Goffard is still in critical condition at Theda Clark Medical Center in Neenah.
Dr. Ray Georgen says Goffard faces several more surgeries on her road to recovery and he says if it wasn't for the quick work of the EMS crews in getting Goffard to Theda Clark, she may not have survived.
"She was bleeding from one of the largest blood vessels in the abdomen but we were able to get her out of the scene quickly and had everybody ready to go right to the operating room and we were able to get control of the bleeding fairly quickly and all those things is why she is here today,” said Dr. Georgen.
Boyd is expected to make her first court appearance sometime next week.
Doctors say Goffard is expected to undergo more surgeries Friday.
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