New Jersey Waitress Attacked after Chasing 5 People Who Left Restaurant without Paying
Five people have been accused of abducting a waitress after she chased them for not paying their check. She was assaulted and then dumped on a roadside.
According to the authorities, police have been looking for five suspects in New Jersey for allegedly abducting and assaulting a waitress when she chased them for not paying their $70 bill.
The five people reportedly left without paying the bill at a restaurant in Gloucester County, south of Philadelphia. The incident took place at about 11:15 p.m. Saturday, police in Washington Township said.
"The vehicle headed north on Route 42, made a U-turn, and was heading south towards Monroe Township, and pushed her out of the vehicle."
The unnamed waitress returned to the diner and alerted the authorities. Her injuries included bruises and concussion signs. Meanwhile, security footage shows someone flees the car before the group drives off.
The women were reported to have beaten and punched the waitress.
Photos have been released of three males and two females wanted for questioning. The vehicle they were in was a white Dodge Durango. Gurcsik called the act brazen, robbery-like, and potentially kidnapping.
According to Nifty Fifty's, the restaurant's primary focus is the safety of its staff members. They say they value the lives of their employees and would like them to know that no sum of money can replace their lives.
Meanwhile, a waitress was stabbed in the forearm with a steak knife in Henry County Applebee's in 2018 by four women she served. Additionally, the women were reported to have beaten and punched the waitress.
Before skipping out on a $62.57 bill, the four women allegedly took her tip money. Those responsible were identified as Demetrius Boyd, Keterah Boyd, Lakisha Boyd, and Lashondra Boyd.
Diners intervened, and according to police, the women flew out of the restaurant with the stolen tips. They were spotted driving away from the restaurant parking lot in a white Infiniti SUV.
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