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‘She wasn’t satisfied with her orders’: Woman charged for allegedly shooting at Wendy’s

EUCLID, Ohio (WJW) – A 37-year-old Ohio woman allegedly opened fire in a never-ending snack lane her dinner Friday. Instead, she was charged with a felony weapons charge and ordered to stay away from Wendy’s.

Tia Taylor was arrested after allegedly firing at least three shots in a Wendy’s lane.

“To our knowledge, she was upset with her orders,” Euclid Sheriff Scott Meyer said. “She felt it was taking too long and she had some wording choices for the staff, so they knew better that her order was correct. The manager heard her swearing at the staff. He then told her she would not be served and left the lane. She was upset with that and then she fired three bullets. Once hit the mark ”.

A police officer was nearby and heard gunshots. No one was injured.

Taylor appeared in court on Monday. Her bond was set at $25,000 and her case was sent to the Cuyahoga County Grand Jury. It will be up to grand juries to determine if she should be charged with improper handling of a firearm.

As a condition of her binding, the judge ordered her to stay away from the restaurant and not to carry a gun.

“The whole incident was disgusting, this level of carelessness and recklessness,” said Police Captain Euclid Mitch Houser. “In my 26 years here, this is just one of the craziest things I can recall happening. This shooting can lead to any terrible outcome. “

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JACLYN DIAZ

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