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Man Denied Restroom Rams Car Into Jack in the Box Restaurant

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Waiting in line for the bathroom can be frustrating, but this is a step too far

Wikimedia Commons / Billy Hathorn / CC BY 3.0

The suspect has been arrested and faces a charge for assault with a deadly weapon.

A Los Angeles man faces a charge for assault with a deadly weapon: His car.

The suspect, who has been arrested, rammed his car twice into a Jack in the Box restaurant in Los Angeles’ Koreatown on Sunday after unsuccessful attempts to get into a locked restroom inside.

Witnesses say the man was banging on the bathroom door and repeatedly calling a woman’s name. He then got into his car and drove it into the front door of the establishment, reports CBS Los Angeles. Customers report they were “shaken and rattled.”

The man got out of his car, went back into the restaurant, and began banging on the bathroom door and calling out the woman’s name once again. He then went back to his car and rammed into the restaurant once again. The restaurant had extensive damage after the incident, but no injuries were reported.

Police suspect that the 42-year-old man was under the influence of drugs.


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These are just some of the court cases our reporters have covered in 2018.

We’ve seen hardened criminals and gangsters jailed thanks to brilliant, patient police work first offenders who have found themselves behind bars over one life-changing incident – and a couple of people driven to take the law into their own hands for revenge.

An open, transparent criminal justice system is an important part of how our democracy works – so we make no apologies for devoting so much time and resources to letting you know what happens in our publicly-accountable courts. And we’ll be back for more in 2019.


668 people locked up in Greater Manchester in 2018 – Manchester Evening News

The man jailed after a court case collapses over a ‘Traveller’s Biggest Grass’ threat on YouTube. The men involved in a gangland knee-capping outside Albert’s Restaurant in Salford.

These are just some of the court cases our reporters have covered in 2018.

We’ve seen hardened criminals and gangsters jailed thanks to brilliant, patient police work first offenders who have found themselves behind bars over one life-changing incident – and a couple of people driven to take the law into their own hands for revenge.

An open, transparent criminal justice system is an important part of how our democracy works – so we make no apologies for devoting so much time and resources to letting you know what happens in our publicly-accountable courts. And we’ll be back for more in 2019.


668 people locked up in Greater Manchester in 2018 – Manchester Evening News

The man jailed after a court case collapses over a ‘Traveller’s Biggest Grass’ threat on YouTube. The men involved in a gangland knee-capping outside Albert’s Restaurant in Salford.

These are just some of the court cases our reporters have covered in 2018.

We’ve seen hardened criminals and gangsters jailed thanks to brilliant, patient police work first offenders who have found themselves behind bars over one life-changing incident – and a couple of people driven to take the law into their own hands for revenge.

An open, transparent criminal justice system is an important part of how our democracy works – so we make no apologies for devoting so much time and resources to letting you know what happens in our publicly-accountable courts. And we’ll be back for more in 2019.


668 people locked up in Greater Manchester in 2018 – Manchester Evening News

The man jailed after a court case collapses over a ‘Traveller’s Biggest Grass’ threat on YouTube. The men involved in a gangland knee-capping outside Albert’s Restaurant in Salford.

These are just some of the court cases our reporters have covered in 2018.

We’ve seen hardened criminals and gangsters jailed thanks to brilliant, patient police work first offenders who have found themselves behind bars over one life-changing incident – and a couple of people driven to take the law into their own hands for revenge.

An open, transparent criminal justice system is an important part of how our democracy works – so we make no apologies for devoting so much time and resources to letting you know what happens in our publicly-accountable courts. And we’ll be back for more in 2019.


668 people locked up in Greater Manchester in 2018 – Manchester Evening News

The man jailed after a court case collapses over a ‘Traveller’s Biggest Grass’ threat on YouTube. The men involved in a gangland knee-capping outside Albert’s Restaurant in Salford.

These are just some of the court cases our reporters have covered in 2018.

We’ve seen hardened criminals and gangsters jailed thanks to brilliant, patient police work first offenders who have found themselves behind bars over one life-changing incident – and a couple of people driven to take the law into their own hands for revenge.

An open, transparent criminal justice system is an important part of how our democracy works – so we make no apologies for devoting so much time and resources to letting you know what happens in our publicly-accountable courts. And we’ll be back for more in 2019.


668 people locked up in Greater Manchester in 2018 – Manchester Evening News

The man jailed after a court case collapses over a ‘Traveller’s Biggest Grass’ threat on YouTube. The men involved in a gangland knee-capping outside Albert’s Restaurant in Salford.

These are just some of the court cases our reporters have covered in 2018.

We’ve seen hardened criminals and gangsters jailed thanks to brilliant, patient police work first offenders who have found themselves behind bars over one life-changing incident – and a couple of people driven to take the law into their own hands for revenge.

An open, transparent criminal justice system is an important part of how our democracy works – so we make no apologies for devoting so much time and resources to letting you know what happens in our publicly-accountable courts. And we’ll be back for more in 2019.


668 people locked up in Greater Manchester in 2018 – Manchester Evening News

The man jailed after a court case collapses over a ‘Traveller’s Biggest Grass’ threat on YouTube. The men involved in a gangland knee-capping outside Albert’s Restaurant in Salford.

These are just some of the court cases our reporters have covered in 2018.

We’ve seen hardened criminals and gangsters jailed thanks to brilliant, patient police work first offenders who have found themselves behind bars over one life-changing incident – and a couple of people driven to take the law into their own hands for revenge.

An open, transparent criminal justice system is an important part of how our democracy works – so we make no apologies for devoting so much time and resources to letting you know what happens in our publicly-accountable courts. And we’ll be back for more in 2019.


668 people locked up in Greater Manchester in 2018 – Manchester Evening News

The man jailed after a court case collapses over a ‘Traveller’s Biggest Grass’ threat on YouTube. The men involved in a gangland knee-capping outside Albert’s Restaurant in Salford.

These are just some of the court cases our reporters have covered in 2018.

We’ve seen hardened criminals and gangsters jailed thanks to brilliant, patient police work first offenders who have found themselves behind bars over one life-changing incident – and a couple of people driven to take the law into their own hands for revenge.

An open, transparent criminal justice system is an important part of how our democracy works – so we make no apologies for devoting so much time and resources to letting you know what happens in our publicly-accountable courts. And we’ll be back for more in 2019.


668 people locked up in Greater Manchester in 2018 – Manchester Evening News

The man jailed after a court case collapses over a ‘Traveller’s Biggest Grass’ threat on YouTube. The men involved in a gangland knee-capping outside Albert’s Restaurant in Salford.

These are just some of the court cases our reporters have covered in 2018.

We’ve seen hardened criminals and gangsters jailed thanks to brilliant, patient police work first offenders who have found themselves behind bars over one life-changing incident – and a couple of people driven to take the law into their own hands for revenge.

An open, transparent criminal justice system is an important part of how our democracy works – so we make no apologies for devoting so much time and resources to letting you know what happens in our publicly-accountable courts. And we’ll be back for more in 2019.


668 people locked up in Greater Manchester in 2018 – Manchester Evening News

The man jailed after a court case collapses over a ‘Traveller’s Biggest Grass’ threat on YouTube. The men involved in a gangland knee-capping outside Albert’s Restaurant in Salford.

These are just some of the court cases our reporters have covered in 2018.

We’ve seen hardened criminals and gangsters jailed thanks to brilliant, patient police work first offenders who have found themselves behind bars over one life-changing incident – and a couple of people driven to take the law into their own hands for revenge.

An open, transparent criminal justice system is an important part of how our democracy works – so we make no apologies for devoting so much time and resources to letting you know what happens in our publicly-accountable courts. And we’ll be back for more in 2019.



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