A woman arrested by city police Monday for endangering children has also been charged by township police with aggravated menacing. Dawnyelle E. Dennis, 32, Saint George Street, was charged after a manager at Walmart advised that Dennis, a store employee, had called two other employees and said she planned to shoot off her children's heads and her husband's then do the same at Walmart. He told the officer Dennis had been having some medical issues, and the other two employees also advised she had been acting strangely when she was at the store last week. Dennis had reportedly been at another employee's home when she made the call and that employee overheard her alleged threats. While taking the report at Walmart, the township officer said city officers were dispatched to Dennis' home for a welfare check and she was being taken to the hospital, while Children's Services had been notified. City police charged Dennis as well as her husband, Thomas, with endangering children after reportedly finding their home in deplorable condition with food and garbage laying about and both dead and live roaches all over. She was charged by the township and taken to the county jail. Dennis also was charged Dec. 2 with failure to control and leaving the scene of an accident after Mary Thomas, Saint George Street, reported her parked vehicle had been struck and pushed onto the curb. City police found the other vehicle parked in front of Dennis' home with paint matching Thomas' vehicle on it. Dennis reportedly had called and told police she knew she hit something but could not recall what.