A former Burger King worker was arrested on Tuesday night after bursting into the restaurant with a weapon — however he wasn’t seeking to empty the money register. As an alternative, police say he simply needed his supervisor to offer him extra hours.
Steven Ramirez, 33, barged right into a Burger King location in Las Vegas at round eight:30 p.m. on Tuesday, and instructed the supervisor he needed extra hours, based on the Las Vegas Metro Police. He additionally said that he didn’t need to “shoot the place up” due to it, Fox 5 Vegas reviews.
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The supervisor was in a position to name 911 and usher his six workers to security through the again door, in addition to 4 clients.
Police quickly entered the restaurant and arrested Ramirez after speaking him down over the course of 30 minutes, KTNV added. He was later discovered to be carrying for a semi-automatic weapon in his pocket, in addition to disassembled semi-automatic rifle, and a machete, in his backpack.
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Lt. David Gordon of the Las Vegas Metro Police Division later confirmed that Ramirez’s hours had lately been minimize all the way down to 30 hours per week.
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Ramirez was charged with carrying a conceal weapon and not using a allow, carrying a hid machete and not using a allow, and proudly owning/possessing a gun by prohibited particular person. He was booked into the Clark County Detention Middle.