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Sergeant arrested for pulling gun at McDonald's

By Andrew Dyer     Apr 18, 2013 in Crime
An Atlanta-area police sergeant has been arrested for allegedly pulling a gun on another customer during a heated argument at a McDonald's drive-thru.
According to Fox News, DeKalb County Police Sgt. Scott Biumi has been charged with aggravated assault after the incident on April 9.
Surveillance footage from inside McDonald's shows Biumi stepping between a truck and the drive-thru window and pointing the weapon into the window of the vehicle. In addition to the 18-year-old driver, two passengers were also in the truck.
According to the victim, it is unclear why Biumi acted so aggressively but he thinks it may be because the sergeant felt he was taking too long at the drive-thru window. Biumi approached the vehicle initially and the victim told him he was still waiting for his order. The sergeant started walking back towards his car but when the victim offered an apology, Biumi approached once again and aimed his service revolver at the terrified driver.
Following the incident, one of the passengers was able to record Biumi's licence plate number and contacted authorities.
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