A Burger King employee in Michigan is facing a court date after he pointed a handgun at customers during a drive-thru encounter in April.
Dustin Rocheleau, 24, was working at the Livonia franchise, located around 20 miles west of Detroit.
According to a Facebook post by Livonia Police, the conflict reportedly arose over how the customers would pay for the food.
For some inexplicable reason, Rocheleau drew a handgun and pointed it at the vehicle, extending it past the window.
“The customers sped off and notified Livonia Police. Rocheleau fled the Burger King on foot and was subsequently located by officers nearby,” the agency wrote. “A handgun was recovered from his back pack and he was arrested without incident.”
Rocheleau was charged in the 16th District Court on an 8-count Felony Warrant related to firearms charges on July 29, 2021.
He is scheduled for an Arraignment on Information on August, 5, 2021 in the 3rd Circuit Court.
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