A woman working in a tent in CNY selling fireworks lost it when customers complained about the quality of the products. 

19-year-old Tatianna Scott was working at Phantom Fireworks in the K-Mart parking lot in Cortlandvill, NY and allegedly pulled a machete and a stun gun on customers.

WSYR reports three customers came back to the tent because they weren't happy with the fireworks they purchased. The customers say Scott responded by grabbing a machete from a nearby vehicle and also threatened to use an electronic stun gun.

Sheriff's Deputies arrested Scott and charged her with:

- Three counts of second-degree menacing
- Two counts of fourth-degree criminal possession of a weapon
- Two counts of endangering the welfare of a child

WSYR also reports two of the customers were also arrested.

39-year-old Robert Zimmer of Locke and 40-year-old John West of Front Royal, Va. were charged with second-degree harassment, a violation.

How safe are these tents popping up everywhere selling fireworks? We have several in Utica and surrounding areas that will be here today and gone tomorrow. Sparklers are legal in most counties in NY and permanent and specialty fireworks retailers that are certified by the state are allowed to sell sparklers from June 1 – July 5. Temporary stands or tents have from June 20 – July 5 to sell them.

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