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Customer Accused Of Pointing A Gun At A College Station Taco Bell Employee

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Someone who arrived too late to be served at a College Station Taco Bell early Friday morning is accused of pulling out a gun and threatening to shoot an employee.

According to a College Station police news release, an employee at the Taco Bell on Fitch reported a man and a woman arrived at closing time. When the business refused to serve the individuals, the man and woman became upset.

The man made a comment regarding “shooting this place up.” After the couple got back in their vehicle, the man pointed a gun at the employee while driving away. The employee was not injured.

A short time later, CSPD officers responded to a minor crash at Rock Prairie Road and the freeway’s southbound frontage road. Officers identified the driver and passenger as the couple who were involved in the deadly conduct call at Taco Bell.

21 year old Kenneth Reese of Houston was arrested for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and drunk driving.

According to online records, it’s the third time this year that Reese has been in the Brazos County jail.

In April, he was arrested on a charge of family violence assault.

And he is awaiting trial from an arrest in February on misdemeanor charges of possessing marijuana and unlawfully carrying a weapon.

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Posted by on Jun 8 2018. Filed under Featured Stories, News.
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