Woman along with 3 friends beat up Subway employee who refused to sell sandwichBy Mason White 2:38 PM January 26, 2016
By: Chan Yuan
Four friends were arrested on a charge of assault after allegedly beating up a restaurant employee who denied them a sandwich, police in California said.
Sacramento police said that they have arrested 21-year-old Daniel Lutin, 21-year-old Russell La’Carr, 21-year-old Carlos Oliva, and 22-year-old Teresa Owens, after being accused of beating up the Subway employee on Wednesday.
Lutin has been charged with assault and vandalism, La’Carr has been charged with attempted robbery, Owens has been charged with assault and Oliva was charged with vandalism.
According to the police investigation, the incident occurred around 6:00 p.m., at the Subway restaurant located in the 2500 block of Del Paso Boulevard.
One person entered the subway and was denied a sandwich.
The person got into a fight with two employees before leaving and calling the other three suspects for help. The person returned with three people and beat up the employee who refused to sell the sandwich.
When officers arrived, the four people ran away, but they were later detained and arrested.