A woman was upset her order took aso long at a fast-food joint that she attacked a carhop, police said.
Around 10 p.m. on April 9, police in Tulsa, Oklahoma, were called to a Sonic restaurant for a report of an assault with a weapon.
Officers determined the incident started with Stacy Minihan sitting in a vehicle at one of the stalls.
When a carhop delivered her food, Mihihan got upset because the order too took long, Tulsa police said. The carhop tried to explain they were short-staffed.
But Minihan got out of the car and slapped the tray of food out of the worker’s hand, police said. She then punched the victim in the chest.
A witness followed Minihan trying to get her license plate, which is when the suspect pulled over, got out and shot at that person, according to police. The witness was hit in the face with a pepper ball gun.
Minihan drove to a gas station, where police arrested her. During a search, officers found the gun and 30 grams of meth.
Officers charged her with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, assault and battery and trafficking meth.
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