After finishing her meal, Gottschalk went to the counter and complained that some of her leftover fries had a “burnt end” on them.
She then attempted to enter the fast-food restaurant's kitchen to get a new order of fries, authorities said.
Gottschalk then made her way back to the kitchen and reportedly claimed all the employees were selling drugs and faced arrest, according to the publication.
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Court documents claimed Gottschalk said that “she had a weapon and she was going to shoot up the restaurant.”
Police arrived at the scene as Gottschalk was leaving the McDonald’s, and they did not find any weapons on her, WITI-TV reported.
On Oct. 6, prosecutors filed a criminal complaint and Gottschalk was charged with disorderly conduct. She is scheduled to appear before a judge on Oct. 19, officials said.
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