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From then on failed, he allegedly visited the deli region where he got into an argument with a worker and started throwing items around the store, according to The Chattanoogan.. A 90-year-old guy resorted to bribery and harassment to get his hands on hydrocodone at a Walmart pharmacy in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Law enforcement arrested Edsel Bradford, who was found screaming and cursing at pharmacy workers and clients at Walmart on September 7, 2015, based on the Chattanoogan. Bradford was also intense with police, tried to push past officers when confronted, and struggled when he was taken into custody. Walmart staff members told The Chattanoogan that Bradford offered the pharmacist $100 in exchange for 10 hydrocodone tablets without a prescription.