Woman Taser Drive Thru – Police in Fayetteville, North Carolina used a taser on a woman who was cutting in line at a McDonalds drive thru.
37-year-old Evangeline Lucca decided that there were too many cars in the line for McDonald’s and decided to pull right up to the pick-up window to place her order.
The McDonalds employees then told Lucca that she needed to drive around and wait in line like everyone else but she refused. Management then called 911, and when police arrived, Lucca ignored their orders to get out of her car.
Officer’s noticed that she had her 3-year-old daughter with her in the car and removed it before hitting her with the taser to get her to cooperate, saying they feared she would drive-off and hurt someone.
One customer, Anthony Rich who witnessed the ordeal told the Fay Observer, “Two or three officers entered the car with her and started trying to forcibly drag her out of the car, and that’s when you could hear the clicking sound of the taser one time. They pulled on her a couple of times, and then they tazed her again, and when they tazed her the second time, she just flopped out of the car like a fish.”
The sheriff-s office reported that the prongs of the taser were not deployed on Lucca, the officers gave her an electric shock to her side. Lucca was then arrested and was charged with second-degree trespassing. The 3-year-old was placed in the care of a social worker.