A KFC employee accused of “tearing the kitchen” aside in a struggle over meals preparation faces a number of fees, in response to Tennessee authorities.
Metro Nashville Police arrested 20-year-old Kenneth Douglas on fees of aggravated assault Sunday after managers say he “became upset over how they were preparing the food” and began “throwing stuff around,” in response to an affidavit.
A fellow employee informed police that Douglas threw a fire extinguisher and different kitchen objects at her through the struggle. It’s unclear if that employee was harm in the incident.
Estimated harm to the kitchen got here to about $1,100, a supervisor informed police.
During their investigation, officers stated they realized Douglas had two excellent warrants. He was situated at his residence throughout the road, and authorities stated he practically bumped into the street making an attempt to flee.
He was compelled to the bottom and brought into custody, police stated.
Douglas remained behind bars as of Monday afternoon on fees of aggravated assault with a lethal weapon, aggravated housebreaking, felony vandalism, resisting arrest and evading arrest, on-line jail data present.