A woman was arrested after she allegedly threatened to shoot a drive-through worker at McDonald’s and to have her family members come to the restaurant to fight McDonald’s workers because her French fries were cold.
According to Madison Police Department reports, Keirra Latrece Harris, 28, Madison, was arrested and charged with two counts interference with a business and one count disorderly conduct after the Thursday, Aug. 26, incident at the McDonald’s drive-through. Reports state that at approximately 6 p.m., an officer was dispatched to McDonald’s, Eatonton Road, regarding a woman creating a disturbance in the drive-through.
When the officer arrived, he observed Harris in a silver Nissan Sentra parked in the drive-through lane “yelling at employees.” The officer said he requested that Harris move her vehicle and she continued to be “argumentative with me complaining about her French fries.”
The officer said Harris moved her vehicle but continued her “disorderly behavior.”
Reports state that the officer interviewed three McDonald’s employees who all alleged that Harris was “very rude and argumentative over what she called cold French fries.” The employees said Harris threatened to shoot one employee and “also threatened to have family members come to the restaurant to fight the employees.”
Harris’ vehicle was searched and no weapon was found.
Harris was cited at the scene. A witness told the officer that Harris and the employees were “actively engaging each other” but he did not hear any mention of gun violence.