Drive Thru Rage, or “Big Mac” Attack
A McDonald’s was just about to close. A pick-up truck, driven by teenager Ryan Mash, was at the window. Ryan, an eagle scout, worked there, and was aware that things were slower at closing time.
The customer behind Ryan’s truck, wasn’t as patient. He exited his vehicle, grabbed Ryan’s shoulder, and shoved a gun in his face, all the while verbally attacking him for being slow. Surveillance video, and a passenger in the pick-up, confirmed the incident.
Ryan’s attacker, in the April 9th incident, was Scott A. Biumi, 48, of Cumming, Georgia. Biumi just happens to be a detective sergeant with DeKalb police.
Deputy Courtney Spriggs with the Forsyth sheriff’s office reported that Biumi’s bond was set at $22,000, and has a court date of May 23rd.
“He grabbed me on my right shoulder and pinned me against my driver’s seat, and the next thing I know, I have a gun in my face,” Mash told Channel 2. “He goes, ‘Do you know who you’re messing with,’ and ‘You shouldn’t be holding up the line’ and all this and that.” Only he didn’t say “messing”.
Biumi was driving an official unmarked vehicle, and had his gold badge pinned to his belt.
At an afternoon press conference, DeKalb County police Chief Cedric Alexander said he is awaiting the outcome of the Forsyth County investigation, but does not tolerate this type of behavior.
Columnist-The Guardian Express