CLAY, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) — An Oswego County woman allegedly made threats to send people to “shoot up” the Red Lobster in Clay after getting into a dispute with the staff, the Onondaga County Sheriff’s Office (OCSO) said.
52-year-old June Atkins was arrested on Monday, Feb. 5, after not appearing in court for charges that were filed following the incident that took place on Dec. 1.
Atkins started the dispute when she allegedly yelled at staff, claiming her dog and purse was stolen at the restaurant, according to what the general manager told sheriff’s deputies.
Atkins then ordered food and set off the side door alarm while trying to leave, the OCSO report says.
The manager then said Atkins began to yell about her purse and dog being stolen. The manager also said that her belongings were found on a chair near her.
Atkins was asked to leave and then she took her dentures out of her mouth, saying that she would not move, the manager told the OCSO.
After the staff called the police, Atkins allegedly said, “I’m going to send my people to shoot you and the place up,” the report says.
Atkins continued to yell profanities, the manager said, and later left and walked across the street to Chili’s.
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