Gov. Brian Kemp hit Stacey Abrams for her comments about wanting to defund the police during their campaign to become governor of Georgia.
There’s no doubt that cops including those in Georgia have to deal with a lot of situations and can use all the support they can get. That’s been sorely lacking from the left, particularly over the past couple of years.
But, the circumstances in which they were forced to deal this week were…in a sentence — exceptional.
If you are being held responsible for the murder of someone, it seems sensible to avoid encounters with the police.
Antoine Sims, aged 24, was taken into custody for felony murder. He was accused of setting ablaze a car that contained a woman’s body.
Sims knew he was hungry for hot McDonald’s fries. Sims called the 911 dispatcher after getting into an argument with McDonald’s employees.
He said that the food was cold now. The fries are not hot but they’re still warm.
Sims demanded new fries and not a refund. Sims then got into a fight with management. FOX 5 reported Sims was asked to leave the restaurant. Both parties called the police. Sims later told police that he cursed them and threw orders at them.
According to the report, the manager said that he did not want him to go home. ”
Officers told Sims that he couldn’t re-enter this restaurant. Officers also requested Sims to sign a criminal forfeiture note. The police report also states that dispatch was asked to search Sims’ information through crime databases. Sims became visibly “agitated “.
When they called him to sign the notice of trespass, he realized it wasn’t working out.
An Upset McDonald’s Customer Calls 911 Over Cold Fries and Is Arrested After Police Discover He’s Wanted for Murder pic.twitter.com/cqshUPFS4l
— No Jumper (@nojumper) August 15, 2022
Finally, an officer caught up to him and tased his heart.
Social media users were shocked to hear that he called the police to report a suspect in a murder.
Well.. the fries aren’t cooked but at least he is https://t.co/ezyhs9czQ7
— Kev (@klew24) August 15, 2022
— Vlad⚓ (@Vjollnir) August 15, 2022
Bro wanted for murder and worried about fries.. now he eating Sodex food half cooked 🤣 https://t.co/Dz00VRwHdS
— zailes..🌐 (@introvvertible) August 16, 2022
When they found marijuana in the car of his fiancee, he was not only charged for the outstanding warrant, but also with obstruction and possession of marijuana.
The moral of the story is? Don’t call the police when your fries are cold if you’re wanted for murder.