Police charge woman after fast-food fracas

  • February 22, 2014

INDIANA (AP) – Authorities in Western Pennsylvania said a woman who got charged up over a wrong order at Burger King ended up with a charge filed against her.

State police said 22-year-old Heather Naomi Smith called 911 Friday after receiving the wrong food at the fast-food restaurant in White Township.

The Indiana Gazette reported while Smith waited for police, she allegedly got out of her car in the drive-through lane and started yelling.

Police said Smith’s threatening behavior caused public alarm, and they charged her with disorderly conduct. She could not be reached for comment.

Police said Smith is also wanted on outstanding charges in South Carolina. No further details were available Saturday morning.


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