Woman charged with stun gun chase at Wendy’s
A Florida woman is facing charges after being accused of chasing a Wendy’s employee with a stun gun when she got upset about her order.
Police in Daytona Beach say Melanese Asia Reid got into an argument with an employee at the drive-thru Monday. She got out of the vehicle and went into the store, along with Katrina Mari-Alyce Bryant.
Witnesses say Reid pulled out a pink stun gun and chased the employee while Bryant cheered her on. The two women reportedly left when a manager threatened to call police.
Police tracked them down later after Bryant called the store back to complain about the service.
Reid was charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and Bryant was charged with being a principal to aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.