Total Choad at McDonald’s Narcs on Woman with Awesome Service Animal Kangaroo

Who called the cops? Stalin!?


“BEAVER DAM, Wis. (AP) — A Beaver Dam police officer says he’s certain he’s never responded to a call like the one he handled recently at a McDonald’s restaurant.

Officer Rich Dahl responded to an anonymous complaint from a customer about a woman who brought a kangaroo into McDonald’s. Dahl said Tuesday the woman had the baby kangaroo wrapped in a blanket and tucked in an infant car seat.

Dahl says when he confronted the woman she explained the kangaroo was a service animal to help her cope with emotional distress and she produced a letter from a doctor.

The officer says the woman was upset at first, but then agreed to leave the restaurant.

McDonald’s says its policy is to make its restaurants accessible to all customers, including those with disabilities and special needs.”



Man Wanted in McDonald’s Shooting Mistaken for Beaver

A suspect wanted for shooting another man in the head outside a Northern Virginia McDonald’s retaurant is in custody following a 20-hour manhunt, authorities said.

Police found 28-year-old DeWayne A. Williams hiding behind the home of Dumfries resident Barbara Wolf around 4 p.m. Tuesday.

“I thought it was a beaver,” Wolf said. “I ran into the pantry and grabbed my broom so I could go get that beaver.”

She said she watched Williams run under her porch, at which point she called police.

Williams was charged with aggravated malicious wounding and use of a firearm in commission of a felony in connection with Monday’s shooting in the 2800 block of Dale Boulevard in Woodbridge.

Williams’ accomplice, 31-year-old Jamie Lea Bowyer, turned herself into police several hours after Williams’ arrest.

Police say Williams shot someone known to him in the face following an “altercation” in the parking lot of a McDonald’s.

The victim, who managed to walk into the restaurant for help, is expected to recover.

Authorities say Williams and Bowyer then fled the scene.

Prince William County police used K-9 units, ground crews and helicopters in the search for Williams and Bowyer.
Police say the suspect, 28-year-old DeWayne A. Williams, ran from the scene and carjacked another person around Neabsco Mills Road and Dale Boulevard.

The carjacking victim, a 26-year-old man, told police that he was flagged down by a man he didn’t know. Police say Williams opened the victim’s passenger-side door, got into the vehicle and forced the driver to take him away from the area.

Williams later got out of the car and ran from the scene at Jefferson Davis Highway and Delaware Drive, police said.

Both Williams and Bowyer are being held without bond.


Man Takes Dog from Wife at Arkansas McDonald’s; Wife Gets Dragged

Jeremiah Cernat, 108 Lily Ruth Court, was arrested on service of a warrant for Domestic Battery in the 3rd Degree.

According to the report filed with the Hot Springs Police Department, Candyc Cernat, stated that on 5/18/13, her husband Jeremiah, followed her into the McDonald’s parking lot at 3229 Central Avenue, and was able to block her car in where she could not drive away.

He then exited his vehicle, walked over to hers and removed her dog from her vehicle, then went back to his own.

She then exited her vehicle, walked up to his with the intention of retrieving the dog.

It was reported that he then began to drive away and in so doing dragged her through the parking lot before she was able to free herself and call police.