Woman charged with assault after mask dispute at Staples leaves customer with broken leg
Police in New Jersey have arrested the woman they said was involved in a mask dispute at a Staples store last week that left a customer with a broken leg.
Terri Thomas, 25, was arrested Tuesday and charged with second-degree aggravated assault, Hackensack police said in a news release.
Thomas was released on a summons pending a first court appearance on Aug. 24. She could not immediately be reached for comment.
Margot Kagan, 54, of Teaneck, told police she was using a fax machine at a Staples store in Hackensack last Wednesday, when a woman, identified by police as Thomas, approached a machine next to her with a mask pulled down below her mouth.
Kagan, who, according to police, had a liver…