Man punches drive-thru employee in the face after having a bad day

Posted under Humor,On the Web by Administrator on Saturday 30 June 2007 at 1:34 pm

PENN HILLS, Pa. (AP) – A man who thought the clerk at a fast-food drive-through was rude for not saying “please” and “thank you” punched her in the face, police said. Duane L. Williams, angered by what he felt was the clerk’s rudeness, walked into the store to complain just before 8 p.m. Wednesday, Penn Hills police Chief Howard Burton said Friday.

Before the manager could meet with Williams, he walked back outside, pushed open the drive-through window and punched the 19-year-old woman in the face. The clerk was bruised, but not badly hurt, Burton said.

“He didn’t like the girl’s attitude because she didn’t say ‘please’ and ‘thank you,'” Burton said.

The store manager ran outside to get Williams’ license plate number and called police.

Williams, 46, told police he had “anger-management issues” when he turned himself in later that night, Burton said.

“He was unable to tell the officer why he did that. He said he remembered opening the drive-through window, but could not remember if he punched the victim or not,” Burton said. “I guess he just had a bad day.”PENN HILLS, Pa. (AP) – A man who thought the clerk at a fast-food drive-through was rude for not saying “please” and “thank you” punched her in the face, police said. Duane L. Williams, angered by what he felt was the clerk’s rudeness, walked into the store to complain just before 8 p.m. Wednesday, Penn Hills police Chief Howard Burton said Friday.

Before the manager could meet with Williams, he walked back outside, pushed open the drive-through window and punched the 19-year-old woman in the face. The clerk was bruised, but not badly hurt, Burton said.

“He didn’t like the girl’s attitude because she didn’t say ‘please’ and ‘thank you,'” Burton said.

The store manager ran outside to get Williams’ license plate number and called police.

Williams, 46, told police he had “anger-management issues” when he turned himself in later that night, Burton said.

“He was unable to tell the officer why he did that. He said he remembered opening the drive-through window, but could not remember if he punched the victim or not,” Burton said. “I guess he just had a bad day.”

Man puncher drive-thu employee.


Two teens indicted in Amber Hess murder in jail on $1 million bail

Posted under ASU,Phoenix Crime by Administrator on Saturday 30 June 2007 at 1:30 pm

Nicolas Castillo and Todd Hoke will be arraigned on July 6th according to the Pinal County Attorney.

Amber Hess:
Amber Leann Hess

Background information:
Two teenagers arrested in murder of Amber Hess.

Personal items connecting the body to Amber Hess have been found buy Pinal County investigators.

Queen Creek teen Amber Hess may have been kidnapped.

Body found near Hunt Highway.


Watch these one panda assist the other in escaping his pen

Posted under On the Web by Administrator on Saturday 30 June 2007 at 1:25 pm



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