TX Family Sues Jack in the Box After Being Shot at by Employee
A family is suing Jack in the Box after they were shot at by a violent employee who had just been released from parole.
MISSING CURLY FRY INCIDENT
Anthony Ramos, his pregnant wife, and their 6-year-old daughter pulled up to the drive-thru window of a San Antonio Jack in the Box. Ramos was greeted by an employee and given his bag of food.
After checking his order, he realized there was a curly fry missing, which is when things took a turn, however, when he pointed it out to the employee, she refused to give Ramos his missing curly fry.
VIDEO SHOWS EMPLOYEE WITH GUN
Video surveillance shows the employee turn around, pull a gun out of her pants, checks it, and then put it back in her pants. Eventually, another employee goes to Ramos to try and intervene however, the employee, who has been identified as Alonniea Fantasia Ford, shoves her way back into the window to continue being violent.
A SHOOTOUT IN THE DRIVE THRU
Ford begins to aggressively throw packets of ketchup at Ramos which he retaliates and throws food back at her. The surveillance camera shows Ford pulling out her gun, aiming it at Ramos, and start shooting.
Ramos, with his family inside, quickly sped off as Ford continued hanging her gun out the drive-thru window. Thankfully, the family escaped unscathed however, they are now suing Ford and Jack in the Box.
As it turns out, Ford had just been released from probation. She was arrested and charged with Deadly Conduct.