The details of a recent 17-year-old McDonald's employee in Wisconsin's attack have revealed new details
Police Department Glendale has identified a 19-year-old woman identified as Debreaka Jones Inappropriate behavior and physical failure accused child abuse related to the incident, FOX 6 News reports. Police say Jones may also be suing for an offense for assault.
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Jones was mad at the wrong breakfast order – she wanted a breakfast sandwich, instead received she had a sausage biscuit – which led her, after a criminal complaint, to attack the employee working behind the counter.
The incident originally took place on the morning of March 18, after the suspect and her friend had driven to the driveway-by McDonald's and made a breakfast order for the bacon sandwich, reported the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. However, the customer was mistakenly provided with the wrong food and soon became violent.
"What is this [expletive]? I did not order a sausage biscuit," said the woman, who then threw the food back to the drive-thru operator.
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A McDonald's manager allegedly gave Jones a new sandwich, although she and her friend returned to the restaurant – this time they entered the dining room – and continued to complain to the manager who claimed their order is still wrong. The manager then gave her a refund, according to FOX 6 Now.
The still angry suspect ran behind the counter as he continued to argue with the manager, where she finally pushed a 17-year-old clerk into a business roast station
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In the footage of the incident, you can see the employee being pushed back and beating her head before moving on Ground is falling. She was later taken to the St. Joseph's Hospital in Milwaukee for examination, WISN reported.
Later, the Glendale Police Department reported on Facebook that they had detained the suspect, thanks to "dozens of tips" provided by the public.