Fast Food Worker Broke Into Coworker’s Home To Perform Exorcism

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An Indiana fast food worker was found drenched in blood after he allegedly broke into a co-worker’s residence in a bid to save her soul with an exorcism.

Fast food worker terrorizes coworker

The Avon Police Department was dispatched to a possible burglary in progress in the early morning hours of June 11.

The caller told police that a criminal had forced their way into the house and was screaming while on the line.

Upon arriving, officers noticed a 2005 white Toyota Prius was idling in the driveway, where they were met by the homeowner, who informed them that a suspect that went by “Robbie” was inside.

The police ordered Robbie to exit the premises, he came out covered in blood, claiming that he lost his sunglasses.

Robert Nalker, 38, was a co-worker of the victim whose home he invaded at a Chick-fil-A restaurant.

In response to why he was bleeding, Nalker reportedly told police, “I had to break in the window. I have to do an exorcism here tonight.”

The homeowner said she has known Nalker for over two decades, but had recently sent her a weird message about avoiding Spotify.

While being taken into custody, Nalker repeatedly assured officers the woman was not stabbed and kept insisting, “She’s possessed.”

Officers discovered a shattered window with glass pieces scattered on the ground and a trail of blood from the window to the kitchen island. They also found a bloody CD and its case.

The blood trail continued to the basement where Nalker had used blood to scrawl something unreadable on a projection screen. Bloodstains were also spotted on a basement couch.

Nalker allegedly screamed at the officers not to look at his “f***ing eyes” and ordered them to “play track number 3 to save her.”

He was to Hendricks Regional Health in Danville for a mental evaluation and was charged with residential entry break, criminal mischief, and disorderly conduct but was not formally arrested.

Fast food worker’s husband murders two while wife is on the clock

An El Salvadorian immigrant allegedly fatally shot two people at a Chick-fil-A in Irving, Texas in what has been described as a deliberate double homicide.

The Irving Police Department arrested Oved Bernardo Mendoza Argueta, 37, charging him with capital murder of multiple persons.

Police said that Argueta entered the Chick-fil-A on June 26 and carried out the attack, shooting two individuals in what appeared to be a premeditated act. Argueta’s wife, an who works at the location, witnessed the killings.

Patricia Portillo and another victim were discovered with gunshot wounds and pronounced dead at the scene.

The Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency put Argueta under a detainer, which will allow them to take him into custody if he is let go from the Irving City Jail.

Fast food worker loses her mind and fires at customers

Lakeland Police have arrested a McDonald’s employee following her alleged involvement in a shooting incident over a flubbed order.

The incident occurred on in the early hours of June 14 at a Florida in McDonald’s.

Apparently, the drive-through customers got into an argument with the fast food restaurant’s employee, which resulted in the woman tossing a drink at them as they tried to drive away.

The irate customers responded by prying open the drive-thru window and throwing cups onto the floor.

That’s when security footage captured 22-year-old Chassidy Gardner coming back into view with a firearm.

When one of the customers threw a drink through the window, the strapped staffer exited the restaurant to terrorize them.

According to police Gardner shot at the vehicle as it peeled away, hitting it at least once.

The victims weren’t too put off by being shot at, because they were back at McDonald’s when officers arrived.

Gardner, was arrested and charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. She was eventually released on a $15,000 bond from the Polk County Jail.

Retired Orlando Police Chief Orlando Rolon commented on the incident, noting that these types of occurrences are becoming more frequent.

“It’s unfortunate because once you fire that round, that round has no mercy. Wherever that round is going, whatever it strikes, it’s going to damage it or kill it,” Rolon remarked.

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