Police: Woman Arrested for Cinnamon Roll Threat

MOUNT PLEASANT, S.C. (AP) - Police have arrested a woman who they say threatened to "shoot everyone" at a Mount Pleasant fast-food restaurant after complaining her cinnamon roll was stale.

Mount Pleasant police told the Post and Courier of Charleston 33-year-old Andrea Ann McCullough of Kingstree was arrested this week and charged with second-degree assault and battery.

Police say McCullough was one of three people who ordered food at a Burger King May 13. She complained the cinnamon roll wasn't fresh and became upset when an employee told her only one bun was left.

The three women left but one returned, saying she was going to "shoot the place down." A witness told police the woman had her hand inside her purse while making the threat.

McCullough posted $10,000 bond Wednesday. Court records listed no attorney.


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