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US Starbucks apologizes after 2 uniformed Riverside County deputies were allegedly refused service

15:35  14 december  2019
15:35  14 december  2019 Source:   abc7.com

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RIVERSIDE (CBSLA) — Controversy was brewing Friday at a Riverside Starbucks where witnesses said two deputies were ignored by Two uniformed deputies said four employees at the Iowa and University avenues refused to serve Two of our deputies were refused service at Starbucks .

Starbucks is in the spotlight again for alleged mistreatment of law enforcement officers. The Riverside County , California, sheriff’s department claims that two of its deputies were refused service at a Starbucks location on Thursday night. Two of our deputies were refused service at Starbucks .

Starbucks is apologizing after two uniformed Riverside County deputies were allegedly refused service.

The incident happened Thursday night at a Starbucks location in Riverside, according to a tweet from the sheriff's department. Sheriff Chad Bianco tweeted late Friday that the "anti police culture repeatedly displayed by Starbucks employees must end."

The company contends that the deputies were ignored by employees for nearly five minutes.

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The Riverside County , California, sheriff’s department claims that two of its deputies were refused service at a Starbucks location on Thursday night. “There is simply no excuse for how the two deputies were ignored,” said Starbucks spokesperson Reggie Borges. “ We ’ re deeply sorry for that.”

The deputies were visiting a Starbucks in Riverside County , California.News headlines today: Dec. When contacted about Thursday night's incident in Riverside County , a Starbucks representative told ABC News that the two California deputies were in uniform when they visited the

"There is simply no excuse for how two Riverside deputies were ignored," said Starbucks spokesperson Reggie Borges. "We are deeply sorry and reached out to apologize directly to them."

Borges added that the employees who worked that evening would not work while the company investigates and takes the "appropriate steps."

This comes two weeks after a police officer in Oklahoma received an order with the name "PIG" printed on the side of the cups, which resulted in the termination of a Starbucks employee who the company says was responsible.

a black sign with white letters: FILE - This June 26, 2019 file photo shows a the Starbucks sign outside a Starbucks coffee shop in downtown Pittsburgh.© Gene J. Puskar/AP FILE - This June 26, 2019 file photo shows a the Starbucks sign outside a Starbucks coffee shop in downtown Pittsburgh.

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