CRESTVIEW — A woman was arrested after a brawl with cashiers at a convenience store.

A store clerk told police in a sworn affidavit that she was an employee and had come back to the store to help a new employee close out the register, according to the Crestview Police Department. A 25-year-old woman in line became “belligerent due to having to wait for the computer to restart” and began picking up merchandise on the counter and throwing it at the cashier.

The cashier sprayed the woman with pepper spray, she told police, and the woman left. But she returned multiple times, at one point bringing multiple other people back with her.

Store security footage and witness accounts backed up the casher’s claims, according to the report.

The woman said she remembered being pepper sprayed and throwing things at the cashier, but said it was because the woman was being rude with her to start with. She later told police that she “has a tendency to get upset and forget things.”

The woman was charged with aggravated battery, a felony since she had already been convicted of battery once before.