Police: Irate customer points shotgun at Taco Bell worker

7:46 AM, Sep 22, 2011   |    comments
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Lee's Summit, Mo (KCTV) -- A Missouri man is accused of confronting a Taco Bell worker with a shotgun for forgetting hot sauce with his order.

Lee's Summit police said Jeremy Combs, 30, pulled into the drive-thru complaining about his order Saturday night, saying they forgot to give him his hot sauce.

Police said surveillance video showed Combs pointing what appeared to be a a 12-gauge shotgun at the employee ran for cover.

Police tracked the suspect to his home on Northwest O'Brien Drive.  They said Combs claimed he pointed a tire iron and not a gun at the worker. 

Police searched Combs' home and said they found a shotgun underneath a mattress in his bedroom.

Combs is a convicted felon and is not allowed to possess a firearm.


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