I have a few questions about this crazy incident that happened in Jack in the Box near Lawrence Road last night. It seems that drive-by employees have to deal with militant customers. Jamie Mayberry (with other aliases according to KFDX, such as Amanda Mullins) decided to participate in a late night food event last night. Now somehow, Jamie is able to hoard $100 worth of food in Jack in the Box.
Let me just say that, I’ve been to Jack in the box and it’s completely wasted. Between my four friends and I, we can only buy food worth about $65. A few years ago, I thought this was ridiculous for “Jack in the Box.” I don’t know what she ordered to reach $100. Please tell me this is 200 tacos!
Apparently, Jamie passed all the driving windows after she placed the order. Then she tried to go the wrong way through the driveway back to the window. She allegedly then threw a wine bottle at one of the workers. Then she tried to go the wrong way, but a car blocked her way. So she backed up and hit a pole near the building.
Jamie, another woman and at least one child saw them fleeing the scene on foot. The police searched the area and said they found a group that matched the description behind a shopping mall at 3201 Lawrence Road. Officials said they identified three teenagers in the car, aged 9, 13, and 14.
Mayberry said her eldest daughter was driving and they fled because she didn’t want her to get into trouble by hitting the pole. Maybury failed in two of the three on-site sobriety tests. Mayberry has now filed allegations of DWI and leaving the scene of the accident for children under 15 years of age. The judge stipulated that Mayberry’s bail conditions were that she must install a drunkenness test lockout device on any car she drives and must not drink any alcoholic beverages.
Post time: Jun-26-2021