Suspect Alcohol Purchase DeniedA man cursed at an assistant service manager and threw a bag of bagels after being accused of trying to buy alcohol for teens. The incident occurred at 4:57 p.m. on the 6200 block of Main Street. A cashier thought the man was buying alcohol for several teenagers in front of him in her checkout line, according to a police report. The man's ID had a 1991 birth date.
The assistant manager walked over to the man and asked for a second ID. When he asked if there was a problem, the manager told him that she believed he was buying alcohol for the teens.
"At this point the subject became angry calling (the manager) a '(expletive) b----,' " the police report said. "The subject began yelling and then grabbed a bag of bagels and threw it at a display of Styrofoam coolers, stating "This is (expletive) b-------!"
The bagel bag hit a Styrofoam cooler and broke it. The man then left the store and entered a small silver vehicle, possibly a two-door model, and left the area northbound on Main Street. The store will have the man trespassed from the store if identified, the report said.
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