Women With Their Kids Assault McDonald's Employee For Being Too Slow: Cops
Three Sandusky, Ohio women are accused of assaulting a McDonald's employee because they thought she was working too slowly.
Three Ohio women are accused of assaulting a McDonald's employee because they thought she was working too slowly.
Police in Bellevue charged Ashley England, Marie Jordan and Sammie Whaley after they were led to the trio with the help of store security footage.
Authorities say two of the women's children were present during the attack.
England and Jordan were also charged with child endangerment after police say their two children participated in the assault.
England was also charged with theft. However, it was unclear what she was accused of stealing, according to a post on the Bellevue PD Facebook page.
The statement says the women assaulted the employee "in the parking lot because she was working too slowly when dealing with three woman and their family and friends."
In booking photos taken at the time of their arrests, two of the suspects appear to be smiling.
According to police records, Jordan is currently being housed in the Erie County Jail for a probation violation.
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