Video Shows Texas Jack-In-The-Box Employee Shot At Family Over Curly Fries Dispute
Houston police have released footage from an incident involving a Jack-in-Box employee who opened fire at drive-thru customers.
According to Fox News, the incident went down back in March 2021 near Bush Intercontinental Airport. Anthony Ramos had just picked up his wife, who was pregnant, and their 6-year-old daughter from the airport.
They went to the nearest Jack in the Box and went through the drive-thru window. Their order was taken by Alloniea Ford.
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You may remember this incident where things quickly escaped over a missing order of curly fries. later, we are seeing exactly what happened.
When Ramos received his food he noticed some of the items was missing. He asked for the missing item but was denied. Things quickly went left after that. One thing led to another, and the next you know the manager is tossing ketchup packets in his car.
He ended up throwing them back at her, and this is when she pulled the drive thru window back, and pulled out her gun and fired several shots as he took off. Thankfully, no one was injured.
Alloniea was convicted of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.