Violence broke out behind the counter of a Taco Bell in Pennsylvania.
Two clients reportedly had an argument with a restaurant employee about a personal matter. When the worker tried to get away from the situation, things intensified.
Jennifer S. Bowling and Jaime E. Ramos-Carrillo were charged with simple assault and disorderly conduct, reports Herald Mail Media.
The duo allegedly had an argument with an employee at a Taco Bell in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, on January 2. When the employee tried to walk away, Bowling and Ramos-Carrillo walked behind the counter, where a fight allegedly broke out.
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Both suspects are accused of assaulting two Taco Bell employees before leaving the store.
This was not the only Taco Bell that was recently the scene of a crime.
Surveillance cameras captured images of an unidentified man entering one of the locations of the fast food chain in Gwinnett County, Georgia. The suspect then used an internal understanding of the restaurant's kitchen.
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The theft occurred around 12:15 in the morning of Christmas day, reports WSB-TV. The images show the suspect taking out bags of ingredients and working the fryers before eating and then taking a nap.
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The Gwinnett County Police Department uploaded the footage to Facebook, where he captioned it: “On Christmas morning, a man broke into a local fast-food restaurant, prepared some food and finally took a nap. This happened at Taco Bell at 4880 Sugarloaf Parkway in Lawrenceville. "