This guy isn’t the sharpest knife in the drawer if you know what I mean…
Someone call Maury!
“(Des Moines Register) — A good Samaritan flashed a pistol to stop two people from fighting over a child at a McDonald’s on Sunday.
Police arrived at McDonald’s, 701 Army Post Road, around 1:20 p.m. on a report of an assault. Two parents were in a “tug-of-war” over their 1-year-old outside the restaurant, according to a police report.
The mother told police at first that she had court documents proving she had custody of her son, but agreed to meet the father for a visitation. After about 30 minutes, the mother tried to leave the restaurant with her son in her arms, the report stated.
The father reportedly ran up behind her, pinning her against the glass to prevent her from leaving. She could feel a knife that was in his pocket, the report stated.
That’s when another man, who was walking into McDonald’s, intervened. He saw a man put his hands on the woman and pulled out a pistol, pointing it at the ground.”
The man had military experience and described himself as a “good Samaritan” who was concerned a physical assault was taking place, the report stated. He had a permit to carry concealed weapons.
The man talked the two parents down, and the woman walked away with the child. The father got into a car and left the scene.
Police located the father, who said he has had custody of the son since he was 12 days old and denied the custody order existed. The two were at McDonald’s so he could visit with his son, but the mother suddenly walked off with him, the father told police.
The suspect admitted that he tried to stop her and grabbed at his son, but that he had no intent of assaulting either of them.
The mother later told police she had found the court order for custody of her child and that she wasn’t sure whether the man was even the father. She told police the man tried to “kidnap” her son.
No charges have been filed because there were no visible injuries and police have yet to reach all witnesses to the incident, the report stated.”
“I was gonna get you a Father’s Day gift but you know…jail…”
“A road rage incident at a St. Petersburg McDonald’s drive-thru led to the arrest of a father and son, according to police.
Here’s what police say happened;
At approximately 3 a.m. Friday morning, a 50-year-old man was waiting in the drive-thru at McDonalds, located at 300 38th Avenue North, behind two men, later identified as 55-year-old Gregory and Kevin Fulham, 22, in a dark colored BMW.
Police said it appeared that after the Fulham’s received their food orders, they lingered at the drive-thru window for no apparent reason, causing the man behind them to honk his car horn.
This resulted in the Fulman’s exiting their car and approaching the man’s vehicle. Feeling threatened, police said the man grabbed a handgun from his glove compartment, but did not point it at the approaching suspects.
Police said Gregory Fulham went to the open driver’s window and began to punch the man in the face numerous times while his son reached in through the passenger door and grabbed the gun out of his hand.
Both father and son then got back in their car and left the area with the victim’s gun, police said.
Utilizing information from a partial tag number, detectives were able to identify the two suspects and both were arrested this afternoon.
Gregory Fulham is charged with one count of burglary assault and his son Kevin is charged with one count of armed burglary. Both have been transported to the Pinellas County Jail. The handgun taken has been recovered from the suspects.”
They could have just asked…
“ANDERSON, Calif. –
Two suspects were arrested in connection with a BB gun shooting at the McDonald’s restaurant in Anderson. Police said they were disgruntled because ketchup was not included in their order.
It happened around 12:15 a.m. Tuesday. Anderson Police officers responded to a reported shooting at the Anderson McDonald’s restaurant in the 3100 block of McMurray Drive.
Employees at the business reported a red passenger car occupied by a white man and a white woman had left the business after being disgruntled over ketchup not being included in their order. Shortly afterward, the business reported the drive-up window had been shot out.
Police discovered the drive-up window had been damaged with two small holes in the window glass. A small BB gun projectile was located on the ground outside the business near the damaged window. Additionally, two vehicles in the parking lot damaged by BB gun projectiles.
Around 1:40 a.m., Anderson Police officers were in the area of the Walmart store on Rhonda Road when the officers located a red coupe parked in the south parking lot with a man and woman inside. They matched the descriptions provided of the suspects who had vandalized property at the McDonald’s.
The two occupants of the vehicle were identified as 40 year old Cottonwood resident, Michael Harvey and 29 year old Shasta Lake resident, Barbara Moore.
Police said Harvey was found to be on Probation per AB 109 (Post Release Community Supervision) and to have a felony warrant for his arrest out of Trinity County for a violation of the terms/conditions of his Probation. Harvey was taken into custody for his warrant.
Moore, who was on probation through Shasta County, was found to be in possession of a fake $100 bill. She was taken into custody for felony possession of fictitious currency.
A search of the vehicle revealed three realistic looking guns which were gas-charged, semi-automatic, BB gun handguns, BB gun projectiles similar to that found at the McDonald’s restaurant, McDonald’s food packaging and drinks, and a McDonald’s restaurant receipt for a recent purchase close in time to the reported shooting.
Harvey was booked into the Shasta County Jail for his Felony Warrant and Moore was booked into the Shasta County Jail for Felony Possession of Fictitious Currency.
Police said additional charges will be sought for Harvey and Moore regarding their suspected involvement concerning the shooting.”
MIDDLEBURY – Police in Middlebury report the arrest of a man who threatened to shoot employees at the local McDonald’s restaurant on Saturday.
Police said at about 2:51 p.m., a customer at the McDonald’s in Middlebury called 911 after he overheard another man in the restaurant become upset with employees and threatened to go get a shotgun and return.
The suspect left McDonald’s in a vehicle and was located traveling on Court Street. A motor vehicle stop was conducted by officers and Addison County Sheriff’s Department.
Police said an investigation determined that the driver, Ronald E. Blakeslee III, 21, said he was upset with errors involving his lunch order and told a manager he was going to go get his shotgun and shoot employees of the restaurant.
Blakeslee was arrested on charges of disorderly conduct and released on a citation to appear in court on Oct. 20. Police said he did not have a weapon in his possesion at the time of his arrest.
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.
Irving police have arrested a murder suspect in a shooting last month outside a McDonald’s on Airport Freeway.
Brandon Temple, 34, was booked Thursday, a month to the day after the death of Christopher Guajardo, police said.
Gaujardo, 26, was found about 1 a.m. Aug. 4 lying in the parking lot not far from the drive-through window of the McDonald’s at Carl Road and State Highway 183.
At the time, police said they were looking for a man and a woman seen arguing with the victim shortly before the shooting. They fled in a red Kia Sportage, and police released surveillance images of the vehicle. No word on whether authorities have spoken to the unidentified woman.
Temple is being held in the Irving Jail on $1 million bail.