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Crime Man Pulls Knife On Taco Bell Employees Over Menu Prices: Police

22:00  14 january  2020
22:00  14 january  2020 Source:   patch.com

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STAFFORD COUNTY, VA — The Stafford County Sheriff's Office arrested a man Monday night who pulled a knife and threatened to assault employees at a Taco Bell on Route 17 near the interchange with Interstate 95, the sheriff's office said Tuesday. The suspect, Octavious Hodges, 39, of Fredericksburg, is being held at Rappahannock Regional Jail without bond.

A sheriff's deputy responded to report of a disturbance at the Taco Bell, located at 730 Warrenton Rd. (Route 17), around 8:11 p.m. Monday night. The 9-1-1 caller, a Taco Bell employee, reported that a customer pulled a knife on him. Upon arrival, the deputy located the suspect running through a nearby parking lot.

Employee Destroys Taco Bell When He Has To Leave Party And Return To Close Up

  Employee Destroys Taco Bell When He Has To Leave Party And Return To Close Up (WWJ) It must have been a heck of a holiday staff party because one man is still in jail afterwards. Police tell the Hillsdale Daily News a 22-year-old went "into a rage" and caused severe damage to the Hillsdale Taco Bell where he worked. He allegedly threw a chair through the front window and rampaged throughout the restaurant, causing significant damage after he was told to leave the office party and go back to work to close the store. "He just lost it," Hillsdale County Prosecuting Attorney Neal Brady told the Daily News.

Witnesses told deputies that Hodges became upset over the type of taco he received and the price of items on the menu. The suspect then argued with employees and subsequently pulled out a knife and threatened them, according to the sheriff's office. He allegedly lunged at them with the knife twice.

A Stafford sheriff's deputy and his K-9 partner responded to the scene and located the knife in a grassy area near a Goodwill Store and Donation Center, located behind the Taco Bell.

Hodges has been charged with attempted malicious wounding, assault, disorderly conduct and obstruction of justice.

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