Winder Police were called to the restaurant on Oct. 18 shortly after 2 p.m. when Adidas Storm Whitehead, 30, of Winder, reportedly created a disturbance at the fast food eatery.
"While enroute to the call, Winder PD dispatch advised that the employee had threatened the caller and informed her he was not leaving, he was gonna make tacos," the report stated.
Whitehead was gone by the time officers arrived. The Taco Bell manager informed police Whitehead gave her "attitude" after being told to do something he did not want to do. The manager said she told Whitehead to go home and he refused. At one point during the confrontation, Whitehead reportedly threatened the manager saying, "I wish I was a female so I could knock your [expletive deleted] out."
According to the manager, Whitehead also said he had someone "out for her [expletive deleted]" and, as a result, she was fearful of him.
Several employees witnessed the incident, but only one was willing to cooperate with authorities. The employee corroborated the manager's account of being threatened by Whitehead.
Two Winder Police officers located Whitehead at his residence.
"I tried to explain the situation to Mr. Whitehead and his pregnant girlfriend but kept getting interrupted," the officer wrote in the report. "They both argued, stating [the manager] was lying and that she has always hated Mr. Whitehead."
Whitehead was placed under arrest for terroristic threats. While on the way to the Barrow County Detention Center, the officer was notified by dispatch that Whitehead's girlfriend had reportedly called Taco Bell and threatened the employees there. Another officer was sent back to Whitehead's residence to instruct the girlfriend not to place any further calls to the restaurant.
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