A Michigan Burger King employee is facing felony firearm charges after he took out a handgun and pointed it at a trio of drive-thru customers in a fight over how they would pay for their food, police said.
Dustin Rocheleau, 24, was charged this week for an incident on April 28, when he was working the drive-thru at a Burger King on Seven Mile Road in Livonia.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Police said he allegedly pointed a gun at three customers sitting in their car after what cops said was a disagreement over payment method.
The customers then sped off and called 911.
Dustin Rocheleau (pictured) was charged this week for an incident in which while working the drive-thru at a Burger King in Michigan, he allegedly pointed a gun at a trio of customers. Surveillance footage of the incident shows him at first appearing to hand the customers change
After handing the customers the change, he then quickly pulls a handgun out of his pocket
Within moments, another Burger King employee then appears behind him and asks him to leave
On Saturday, the Livonia Police Department released surveillance footage of the incident, which shows Rocheleau handing the