Report: Woman threatens to kill friend with knife over fast food order
NASHVILLE (WSMV) - Metro Police say a woman threatened to kill her friend over a fast food drive-thru order. According to arrest records, 26-year-old Julia Dueease drove her friend to Wendy's on Charlotte Pike to get something to eat. The victim was the one paying for the meal and got upset when Dueease was ordering a lot of food at the drive-thru. Dueease pulled into a parking space and asked to see what was in the bag, before getting upset with the victim and pulling out a pocket knife. Dueease t opened the pocket knife, pointed it at the victim, and told her to get the [expletive] out of the car. The victim got out but dropped a $5 on the passenger side floorboard.
An Akron man was arrested over the weekend after he cut a McDonald's employee with a knife amid a dispute on the cost of his order.
Police say it happened Saturday in the 500 block of E. Market Street just before 4 p.m.
An employee told police that she and the suspect, identified as 63-year-old Darrell Roberts, began arguing over the cost of Roberts' order. Employees asked Roberts to leave, but he refused and brandished a knife.
Employees say Roberts walked around the counter and swung the knife at the employee, cutting her on the forearm. Roberts was quickly escorted from the building.
Police found Roberts in the area of E. Market and Arch streets, where he admitted to officers that he had become upset for allegedly being overcharged for two McDouble sandwiches. Police say he also admitted to having a knife, but claimed he left it inside the restaurant.
Roberts was arrested and charged with felonious assault and carrying a concealed weapon.
The victim was treated for her injuries at Akron City Hospital.
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Michael Horsley, 30, was arrestedMichael Horsley, 30, is currently being held on a $250,000 bond with three counts of aggravated burglary, all first-degree felonies, and two counts of felonious assault, both second-degree felonies.