Georgia woman arrested for shooting up a Kentucky KFC
Lady snapped when she realized that the drive-thru cashier forgot her napkins and fork
A Georgia woman who went straight Madea last month as she shot up a Kentucky Fried Chicken drive-thru over some napkins and utensils has been arrested.
Shelbyville, Kentucky police say Jonelle Jade Dare, 33, of Marietta, Georgia, fired shots into a KFC drive-thru window on Boone Station Road in Shelbyville. Fortunately, no one was injured in the Oct. 28 incident, which occurred at 11:45 a.m. as numerous employees and customers were inside and could have potentially been harmed, reported The Courier-Journal.
Dare was arrested on Tuesday by the Sandy Springs, Georgia Police Department. She is being held without bond and is expected to be extradited to Kentucky. She is scheduled to appear at an extradition hearing in Fulton County Superior Court today.
The Fulton County Sheriff’s Office told ABC’s WHAS 11 that if Dare “waives extradition, then KY authorities will have 15 business days to pick her up from the Fulton County Jail. If Dare fights extradition, then a governor’s warrant from Kentucky will be required and that process could take 90 days or more.”
Police say Dare argued with a KFC cashier from the onset when she pulled up to the drive-thru window. But she grew irate at the cashier after she received her meal, drove off a few feet and discovered she didn’t receive a fork and napkin. It was then that she brandished a handgun and started firing shots into the drive-thru window, according to a police statement.
During the investigation, police identified Dare as the suspect and sent an arrest warrant and request for extradition to the U.S. Marshals Office in Atlanta, according to The Courier-Journal.
When Dare was arrested early Tuesday morning, police recovered a gun that matched the description of the weapon used at the KFC shooting.
We just have one question: Why? Sis, over some napkins and utensils? What were you thinking? Ok, that was three questions, but really.