Teenagers Arrested After Threatening To Kill McDonald Employees

Liam Clancy Reporter
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Three teenagers were arrested Thursday after threatening to kill the staff of a Virginia McDonald’s because their order was taking too long to prepare.

According to police, three men entered a Chantilly, Virginia McDonald’s to purchase food around 9:00pm. When the food was not ready after some time, the men began to argue with an employee.

During the argument, one of the men threatened to kill the employees. He pulled his shirt up, displaying a gun in his waistband, the police statement continues.

After leaving the restaurant, the men were subsequently arrested for the threat by officers that were nearby.

Nineteen-year-old Kyle Harris, of Chantilly, Virginia was charged with brandishing a weapon, simple assault, possession of marijuana and disorderly conduct. Eighteen-year-old Erisk Cruz of Centreville, Virginia was charged with possession of controlled substance and disorderly conduct. Eighteen-year-old Brian Abrego of Manassas, Virginia was charged with disorderly conduct, the police statement concludes.

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