Police: Man Rams 2 People For Taking Too Long In Drive-Thru
(CBS Seattle) — Seattle police are still trying to figure out exactly what happened at a Lake City drive-thru over the weekend.
According to KOMO News, a man in a BMW pulled up behind an SUV at a Jack in the Box and got a little impatient with how long it was taking the people ahead of him to order, so he started honking. The police report states that the occupants of the SUV forced open one of the windows on the BMW and punched the driver in the face and took his cell phone. The two other men started hitting the hood of the BMW, according to the report. That’s when the driver in the BMW stepped on the gas, driving forward and pinning two of the men against their vehicle. The BMW driver then drove away, KOMO reported.
The driver of the BMW later returned to the Jack in the Box. It’s not clear how this happened, but the windshield on the BMW was smashed. The BMW driver told police he ran into the men to stop them from attacking him and that’s what caused the damage to the car. One of the occupants of the SUV told police the BMW driver hit him a second time after returning to the parking lot, so he punched the windshield, breaking it. The occupants of the SUV told police they never attacked the BMW driver, according to the police report.
KOMO reports that police talked to several witnesses, who all gave different accounts of what happened. No one was arrested.
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