A Georgia woman was arrested early Tuesday, on Nov. 26, and accused of shooting into a KFC drive-thru window in Shelbyville, Kentucky, last month after not receiving cutlery or napkins with her order is behind bars.
Shelbyville police were dispatched to the KFC restaurant on Boone Station Road in Shelbyville after getting called about a customer shooting through a drive-thru window about 11:45 a.m. on Oct. 28.
Several employees and customers were inside the restaurant at the time of the shooting but no one was injured, Shelbyville police said.
Witnesses said the woman, later identified as Jonelle Jade Dare, 33, of Marietta, Georgia, was upset after she didn’t receive a fork and napkin. After reportedly verbally abusing the cashier and receiving her meal, she drove forward about 2 to 3 feet before pulling out a handgun and firing through the window, according to the Louisville Courier-Journal.
Nearly a month after the incident, Dare was arrested about 12:30 a.m. Tuesday by Sandy Springs police, Fulton County Jail records show.
Police said a gun matching the description of the one used in the Shelbyville KFC shooting was recovered at the scene of Dare’s arrest in Georgia.
Dare remains held without bond as she awaits extradition to Kentucky.
According to the sheriff’s office, she is scheduled to have an extradition hearing Wednesday in Fulton County Superior Court, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported.