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CrimeSonic customer reportedly upset over order taking too long accused of damages digital menu, door

23:01  15 july  2019
23:01  15 july  2019 Source:   chron.com

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Sonic customer reportedly upset over order taking too long accused of damages digital menu, door© Harris County Precinct 4 Constable's Office

Joshua Defriese, 33, is facing a felony criminal mischief charge.

Maybe they would have been faster on roller skates.

An irate customer at a Sonic Drive In along the Northwest Freeway is behind bars after allegedly causing $6,800 worth of damage when the carhops took too long to deliver his food, police say. Joshua Defriese, 33, allegedly smashed a door and damaged one of the restaurant's digital menus before fleeing, according to the Harris County Precinct 4 Constable's Office.

After catching up with him, deputies brought Defriese back to the restaurant, where several employees and witnesses positively identify him.

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Now, he's facing a felony criminal mischief charge.

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