Cops: Group Trashes Pizzeria After Arguing About Garlic Knots
Garlic knots led to a pizzeria being trashed.
Four people were arrested after a dispute broke out at a Florida pizzeria over garlic knots, according to police.
According to Flager County Police Department, one of the suspects, Jessica Conti, 25, got angry when her garlic knots had cheese on them.
She was refunded her money but according to the police, she felt “disrespected.”
Three men then pushed the restaurant’s cash register and fax machine to the ground, deputies say. Conti and Vincent Conti, 23, Shawn Cody, 32, and Hareem Jones, 26, allegedly began to throw food and pizza boxes.
The estimated damage is less than $1,000. The suspects fled the scene Friday night before police arrived.
Witnesses in the pizzeria knew the suspects and identified them to officers, according to reports.
Deputies arrested all four at Jessica Conti’s home. Each was charged with burglary and criminal mischief. Hareem Jones was charged with marijuana possession.
Each were released from jail on Sunday afternoon.
According to Flagler Sheriff's Office, they told INSIDE EDITION that "it is up to the State Attorney’s Office whether to pursue these felony charges in this case."
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