This guy isn’t the sharpest knife in the drawer if you know what I mean…
Just gotta keep going…
“A Nashville, Tenn., man became so upset about a missing McDouble cheeseburger from his drive-thru McDonald’s order he returned to the restaurant with a pistol, police said.
North Precinct detectives are looking for 21-year-old Demetri Johnson in connection to the Thursday aggravated assault at the restaurant, according to a news release from the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department. His last known address is on Joseph Avenue.
Police said Johnson placed a drive-thru order early Thursday, received his food and pulled away. He drove back through the drive-thru, complained about the missing cheeseburger and the manager asked him to park and said he would bring out the missing sandwich.
The cheeseburger is not part of the eight items McDonald’s is cutting from its menu in select testing locations.
Johnson is accused of walking into the restaurant a few minutes later with a pistol, racking it and demanding that staff fix the order, police said. He and the three women with him also wanted fresh fries and new soft drinks. They left after receiving their food.
Police ask anyone who sees Johnson to contact Crime Stoppers at 74-CRIME.”
This actually happened…
“GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) – A woman accused of firing a gun early Monday morning at a McDonald’s restaurant – allegedly because she didn’t get bacon on her sandwich — now faces three criminal charges.
Shaneka Monique Torres, 29, was arraigned in Grand Rapids District Court Monday afternoon on charges of carrying a concealed weapon, discharge of a firearm in or at a building and felony firearms.
Torres and another woman placed an order at the drive-thru window at the business located near 28th Street and Madison Avenue SE on Sunday. The workers got the order wrong, police said, and the customers were told their next meal would be free.
So the women returned to the restaurant’s drive-thru window around 3 a.m. Monday and ordered again. Torres was the passenger in the vehicle, and was flirting with the employee in the first drive-thru window. police said. She left that person her phone number in hopes he would call her later.
Torres and the other woman drove up to the second drive-thru window to get their order, which was wrong, police said.
Torres pulled out a gun, reached across the driver and fired one shot through the closed car window and drive-thru window, police told 24 Hour News 8.
The bullet went through the other side of the building, but did not hit anybody. Workers didn’t realize what had happened. They thought a coffee pot had exploded.
The customers drove away and went to Torres’ house, where she was dropped off.
Police tracked down the shooter at her home because she left her cellphone number with the drive-thru worker.
Police arrested Torres at her home.
She is currently being held at the Kent County Correctional Facility on a $50,000 cash surety bond.
The driver of the car told 24 Hour News 8 Monday that she had no idea Torres had a gun. She also said she was having a difficult time hearing because her ears were ringing.”
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.
This guy is so bright the cops thought he was on drugs when he wasn’t. Seriously.
“A DRUG dealer who was “busted” when he fell asleep in his car after having a feed of McDonald’s has received a suspended prison sentence.
Alan Thomas Bevins had pleaded guilty to trafficking in a controlled drug after over the incident in December last year.
In sentencing, District Court Judge Paul Muscat said police had approached Bevins, 23, in the driveway of a McDonald’s restaurant on Main South Rd, Morphett Vale, about 4.30am.
“Something did not appear quite right to those police officers and, as they approached you, it was evident to them that you were under the influence of a drug,” he said.
“As it turns out there was no drug found in your system; you had simply fallen asleep in the car after you bought some Macca’s.”
He said a police search of Bevin’s car had found a packet of rollie papers and a small plastic bag of crystal methylamphetamine. In the console was a notebook which listed Bevin’s drug customers.”
Dude actually went back to the scene of the crime where they had surveillance footage and eyewitnesses of his thievery…
“McDonald’s workers played a huge role in solving a crime Wednesday.
According to Goodlettsville police, the employees at the restaurant at Rivergate Mall spotted an alleged thief and quickly called police.
The suspect, later identified as 19-year-old Jacob Daniels, was arrested shortly after. Police say he also confessed to the crime.
His arrest stems from an incident on August 12 when a homeless man got up from a table at the McDonald’s to use the restroom, leaving his belongings behind.
Among his belongings was $800 in cash.
Daniels is shown on surveillance video, in a blue T-shirt, going over to the man’s table, allegedly stealing the cash and leaving the restaurant.
Police told News 2 he is a frequent patron of that same McDonald’s. The employees were told about Daniels, who returned on Monday, prompting them to alert authorities.
Officers said he admitted he was the man on the video and that he took the money.
Daniels was booked into the Metro jail on $10,000 bond.
The big question: why did the man leave so much money on the table?
Police said they still don’t have a clue. The victim was also unavailable for comment.”