More Charges Filed in Taco Bell Blowup
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — A second woman is being charged in a fight over an order mix-up at a Taco Bell in St. Paul.
A criminal complaint says 26-year-old Krystynn Shirelle Mems-Collins threw a chair over the counter at workers and punched two customers. The St. Paul Pioneer Press reports she's charged with third-degree riot and fifth-degree assault.
Laresha Marie Uting has also been charged. Police say they have arrested a man in the incident. Prosecutors say the two women and a male friend went into the restaurant May 26 and started a fight over a wrong order at the drive-thru window.
According to authorities, the male friend hit a 15-year-old customer in the head with a tire iron after he stood up for employees.