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MOUNT PLEASANT – A Milwaukee man was reportedly so furious at seeing Burger King employees touching food without gloves that he demanded a refund and, even after receiving the refund, pointed a gun at a service worker at the flying.

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According to a criminal complaint:

On January 4, Mount Pleasant Police Department officers were dispatched to the Burger King at 13348 Washington Ave. (just east of Interstate 94) for a man who pointed a gun at a worker.






Trudo IV


Upon arrival, an officer spoke to a female employee who said she was working in the drive-thru when a man – later identified as 28-year-old Marshall Trudo IV – pulled a gun on her.

She said he ordered food and paid for it.

But when he saw another worker preparing food without gloves, he said he no longer wanted the food and wanted his money back. She then gave him $12, which was 67 cents more than he paid. When she demanded a refund of 67 cents, he refused, pulled out a gun and pointed it at her.

He then drove through the drive-thru and employees said they heard the gunshot. An officer located a car with a bullet hole in its trunk, leading officers to believe that Trudo had shot the car.

Trudo was charged with counts of first-degree reckless endangerment of security and possession of a firearm by a convicted offender, as well as misdemeanor counts of pointing a firearm at a other, disorderly conduct and criminal damage to property.

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