Chaos Erupts at Ohio Waffle House as Unruly Customers Trigger Violent Food Fight

In an unexpected turn of events, a Waffle House in Ohio became the battleground for a violent food fight after staff requested a group of disruptive customers to lower their volume or leave.

The disruptive patrons responded by launching a barrage of items, including drinks, napkin holders, sugar containers, and even a wet-floor sign, forcing employees to seek cover behind the counter.

Police Issue Warrants for Three Suspects; Two Remain Unidentified

The Franklin Police have taken action by serving arrest warrants for three individuals involved in the food fight, identified as Brittany Appleberry, Andrea Lovett, and Duane Hutchinson.

However, law enforcement is currently on the lookout for two other suspects who remain unidentified.

In their efforts to bring all involved parties to justice, the police have released footage from the incident, appealing to the public for assistance in identifying the remaining culprits.

Late-Night Mayhem Captured on Camera

The chaotic scene unfolded in the early hours of the morning, around 3 am, at the Waffle House on Rt.

124 in Warren County, Ohio. The disruptive group, seated on either side of the register, had been dancing and recording videos on their phones when Waffle House staff intervened, asking them to lower their volume.

The situation escalated into a violent food fight, creating a spectacle of mayhem.

Police Confrontation and Defiant Response

After the food fight subsided, the Franklin Police, stationed nearby at the Pilot station, approached the suspects in an attempt to address the situation.

The police bodycam footage captures the suspects defiantly leaving the scene, with one of them shouting obscenities at the officers. The suspects drove away despite police intervention.

Warrants Include Various Offenses

The arrest warrants issued for the identified suspects cover a range of offenses, including assault, criminal damaging, and failure to comply.

Franklin Police Chief Adam Colon emphasized that the unidentified women have two choices: to voluntarily turn themselves in or wait until authorities apprehend them.

He expressed the city’s intolerance for such disruptive and violent behavior, underlining the consequences the suspects would face.

Call for Cooperation: Police Seek Public Assistance

As law enforcement intensifies efforts to locate the remaining suspects, the Franklin Police urge the public to come forward with any information that could aid in identifying the unidentified individuals involved in the Waffle House food fight.

The incident serves as a stark reminder that disruptive behavior will not be tolerated, and those responsible will be held accountable for their actions.

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