Today's Superstar Shot Up a Taco Bell Because It Wasn't Open?
Today our superstar is A 30-year-old man in Washington who was arrested last Friday for shooting up a Taco Bell because it was closed and the employees inside wouldn't make him food. He was hit with multiple charges, including DUI.
Police say 30-year-old David Sharp drove up to the drive-thru of a Taco Bell location in Yakima, Washington just before 2:00 A.M. last Friday and tried to order food. But that location closed at 1:00 A.M.
A few employees were still there cleaning up. They told David they were closed and couldn't serve him. He became ENRAGED and started threatening the workers, pounding on the windows, and saying he'd "break in" if they didn't make him tacos. Eventually, he drove off. Minutes later he returned, and fired at least two shots at the building. The employees called 911 and the police came and arrested him. It could've been worse he had three guns in his car, and two were loaded.
David was hit with multiple charges, including DUI.
I Googled it, and there are TWO other Taco Bell locations in Yakima . . . both less than 10 minutes away . . . that would've been open then. One serves until 3:00 A.M., and the other 4:00.