Local police respond every day to heated and unusual situations. The following is one item pulled from the daily police blotter. PERKINS TWP. POLICE FRIDAY, SEPT. 2 3:19 p.m. - 900 block W. Perkins Ave., man, 24, placed an order at a drive-through for three flatbread tacos. But he then changed his mind and took a long time to place the new order. The employee working the drive-through window then reportedly said "yo daddy," which caused the man ordering food to pull around and confront the employees in the parking lot. For the full daily police blotter from agencies across the area, pick up the Register or check out the e-paper.

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lowryder

 ok lets get this report straight, man 24 went to taco bell drive thru on perkins ave he ordered three of the new chicken flatbreads and then noticed there was bacon ranch chicken flatbreads so switched to those the d-t attendant asked anything else and the man said yes hang on one moment. 15-30 seconds later attendant asked again and was told hang on one minute attendant then says yo daddy, man says back "yo daddy? ill be in to speak with a manager, at that time pulled around building to park and go inside, before even being able to pull into parking spot two black male employees came outside yelling trying to fight yelling obcenities handset in hands arms out man rolls up windows and puts cell phone in window calling police. took police 45 minutes to respond. This is ridiculous, sandusky is out of control, something needs to be done around here!

 

origen

LOL You cannot go anywhere without being hassled by people, Maybe those working in Taco bell would rather have unemployment and were looking for a reason to get fired.

ANGEL AMONG YOU

 Those employees are african american ,if they were to get fired they'd most likely throw the race card in. The district manager is afraid of that too. What's wrong is wrong and those employees were wrong to go outside to confront the customer. FIRE THEM !