Crime McDonald's Worker Takes 'Brutal Beating', Police On Hunt For Suspects
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Investigators are on the hunt for three suspects after a McDonald's worker was given a "brutal beating" in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, the city's police department said Sunday.
In a statement issued on Wilkes-Barre City Police Department'spage, law enforcement released surveillance photos of three men accused of assaulting the employee at the restaurant along East Northampton Street.
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One of the suspects who allegedly threatened staff at the Texas branch was out on probation for aggravated robbery with a deadly weapon.Davion Guillory, 23, and Treykia Cohen, 25, have been charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, following an incident which occurred at the McDonald's restaurant located in the 128 block of E. Richey Road in Harris County on July 4.
Police did not say when the alleged assault took place and have not released the current condition of the victim.
The statement asked anyone with information about the case to contact Officer Hartman on email@example.com or 570 208-4125.
Newsweek has contacted Wilkes-Barre police and McDonald's for comment, and is seeking further details on the case.
The popular fast food outlet has been the scene of several criminal incidents.
On July 9, a woman in Worcester, Massachusetts,
Police said 38-year-old Johanna Gardell was caught by officers pursuing her for allegedly stealing a company car in Worcester, which is located about 42 miles outside of Boston.
Woman arrested while ordering food in McDonald's drive-thru after allegedly dragging officer
Massachusetts police said 38-year-old Johanna Gardell hit multiple police cars and dragged an officer after stealing a truck.The incident occurred Tuesday morning in the city of Worcester, Massachusetts, about 40 miles west of Boston, after a man called 911 to say his truck was stolen. When members of the Worcester Police Department arrived, the man said he saw a woman climb into his truck and drive away.
"Officers spoke with a male who reported that a female stranger climbed into his vehicle and drove away," the police department said. "The company owner had GPS in the vehicle and told police the vehicle was showing up in the area of Pelham St."
When officers caught up with Gardell and the stolen vehicle, she reportedly drove away as an officer approached the car.
Police said Gardell continued to hurl through red lights at high speed before retiring to the drive-thru to get some food. She hit another vehicle trying to escape from police and ended up crashing.
On June 30,leading to two staff members to be charged.
The mother from Auburn, Maine, was shocked to find Suboxone in the box after leaving the fast-food restaurant.
According to police, the drug fell into the box by accident.
However, two McDonald's employees were reportedly fired and charged in connection with the incident.
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The officer was taken to a local hospital to be treated for non-life-threatening injuries, police said. Police kept following Gardell as she drove away, but stopped their pursuit when it was again determined to be a safety risk.The tense pursuit came to an end when police located Gardell, who had pulled into a local McDonald's drive-thru to order food. When two more officers located her in the drive-thru and approached, she allegedly struck their vehicle, police said. The officers were not injured.
Footage showed that the employee had Suboxone in his shirt pocket while preparing the meal, police said. When he bent over to retrieve something from the counter, the Suboxone—along with a Bic pen—fell into the Happy Meal box unnoticed.
Police claim that the employee didn't notice the missing Suboxone until the incident was later brought to the attention of the store.
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