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Woman fires a bullet into McDonalds drive thru after receiving the wrong order

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Earlier this morning, Channel 8 News reports that Shaneka Monique Torres, 29, fired her gun through a McDonalds drive thru window after receiving an incorrect food order. Grand Rapids authorities have arrested and charged Torres with two counts of felony weapons offense. Apparently, Torres and another woman went through the drive thru and ordered food from the McDonalds located at 28th street and Madison Avenue SE in Grand Rapids, Michigan. After receiving an incorrect order, store management told the women they would receive their next meals for free.

The women returned to the restaurant early this morning for their free meal. Unfortunately, Torres received another incorrect order. Torres began yelling at the employees before firing a bullet into the restaurant. Although the stray bullet didn’t strike anyone, workers didn’t realize that Torres had discharged a weapon. Employees thought an exploding coffee pot had made the loud nose.

Police captured Torres after tracing her cell phone number to her residence. She had left her number with management earlier to discuss her first order. Read more about this strange act of violence at the Channel 8 News (NBC affiliate) at their website.

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