Texas woman fired 8 gunshots at McDonald’s employees after complaining about missing hash browns and biscuits, police say

A woman fired at least eight times at a McDonald’s drive-thru employee in San Antonio after she allegedly lost her hash browns and biscuits, Texas state police said.

San Antonio police said no one was injured in the incident at a fast food restaurant on South Laredo Street in December. according to in the affidavit.

The woman went to the restaurant around 5 a.m., took her order and then drove away. An employee involved in the shooting told KENS-TV that he did not want to be publicly identified.

“All of us in front ducked down and started sliding.”

30 minutes later the woman came back and said some of the items I ordered were missing.

“As I was talking to her, I noticed that she had a plastic wrap in her lap, and I was like, ‘Can I look at your bag?'” said the employee. said the member to KENS.

According to the employee, the woman responded by not handing over the bag, even though the bag was visible on the woman’s lap.

The employee said that when she checked the surveillance video to see if the manager had given her the food, she said he had. The situation continued for another 30 minutes, according to the employee, before the woman’s boyfriend also went to the store.

“She was jumping from the first window to the second window in the drive-thru, banging, talking, and screaming,” the employee recalled. She said the women called on them to come out and fight.

At that moment, a gunshot rang out.

“I heard the first shot, but I guess I was slow to react. When the second shot started, everyone in front of me ducked and started sliding,” the employee said. .

The employee said he had a panic attack about the shooting and was scared and crying.

Police said the woman fled the scene in a gold 2011 Cadillac SUV. They said with the help of surveillance video and photos, they identified the woman as Samantha Anthony, 32. Her tattoos and stickers on the car matched those seen on the video, they said.

KENS was able to obtain footage of the aftermath of the shooting from a former employee during the police investigation. Numerous bullet holes were visible.

Anthony was booked into the Bexar County Jail on a second-degree felony charge of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. She was given bail of $75,000.

Here’s an interview with one of our employees:

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