Crazy Customer Puts Waffle House on High Alert

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( – On Saturday, February 25th, the Tulsa Police Department (TPD) was alerted of an armed robbery that took place at the Oklahoma Waffle House. According to the police report, the man ordered a meal, paid for it, tipped the waitress, and then proceeded to rob the restaurant.

The suspect, who was later identified as Victor DonJuan Medina, was spotted while running along the highway by the officers who were heading to the scene. According to a Facebook post released by the police department on Monday, Medina was arrested shortly after being spotted. His gun was also recovered and during the investigation, it became clear that Medina had eaten at the Waffle House before robbing the restaurant. He was later charged with robbery with a firearm.

According to witnesses, Medina pulled a gun at the employee before taking the money from the register. Medina also has an identifying tattoo of a black love heart on his right cheek.

Medina has a tattoo of a black love heart on his right cheek.

Hunsucker Legal Group has noted that Oklahoma law has a distinction between property crimes and crimes against a person. In the case of an attempted robbery, it is a crime committed by threatening a victim using a dangerous item. Even in cases where the firearm is fake or unloaded, the felony committed carries a five-year minimum sentence in prison.

The Law Offices of Adam R. Banner P.C. have stated that if the firearm or weapon used can lead the victim to believe that the threat or the firearm is real then the perpetrator will probably “face armed robbery charges.”

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