When Wawa employees told Terron Reed his order couldn’t be prepared as requested, he apparently didn’t take the news too well.
Instead of adjusting his meal, the 36-year-old Bear, Del., man threw a coffee display stand at a worker, then tried to strangle her, threw her to the ground, and threatened to shoot other employees before leaving the convenience store, according to Delaware State Police.
Police said the bizarre altercation happened at the Wawa at 1400 Beaverbrook Plaza in New Castle about 2:30 a.m. Thursday.
Friday ◊ February 20, 2015 ◊ 8:00 p.m. Main Stage of the Labuda Center for the Performing Arts 2755 Station Avenue Center Valley, PA 18034
By Brian Friel • Directed by Dennis Razze
“The poetry of this play…like the most fragrant music, strikes deep chords that words cannot begin to touch.” –The New York Times
This extraordinary Irish drama, set in the Autumn of 1936 near Ballybeg, Ireland, is a memory play about the five brave Mundy sisters and their older brother Jack, who has just returned home after 25 years as a missionary priest in Africa. As the sisters prepare to celebrate the festival of the God Lugh they erupt into a wild dance celebrating their way of life before it changes forever. Ages 13+