A duo lost the keys to their car at a Wawa in New Hampshire, so they decided to fight employees, customers and eventually the cops, according to a police report.
Shortly after midnight on Dec. 27, troopers were set to a Wawa store in Delaware, according to the Delaware State Police. Troopers were told that several customers and employees were in a manager’s office with the door locked.
One suspect was trying to force her way in and threatening those inside, according to Delaware State Police.
When officers arrived, they confronted two suspects, Ja’aonne Bell and Azaina Davis, and ordered them to the ground. But the duo began to resist and assault the troopers, according to Delaware State Police.
The suspects spat in the officers’ faces, scratched one’s face and assaulted the cops, according to Delaware State Police.
Eventually, the troopers took the two in custody. Davis began to hyperventilate and asked for medical attention. EMS arrived and took her to the hospital, but Davis fought with EMS. She was eventually treated and released from the hospital.
Investigators said Davis and Bell arrived at the Wawa to make a purchase. When they left, they couldn’t find their car keys and became frustrated, according to state police. The two demanded the employees get their car open, but the workers couldn’t do it.
The suspect became irate and damaged displays and merchandise inside the door, according to state police. The suspects assaulted an employee and a Good Samaritan who tried to intervene.
Two troopers were treated at the hospital for exposure to bodily fluids. Other troopers who were assaulted did not seek medical treatment, according to state police.
Both Davis and Bell were charged a host of charges, including three different felony counts.