The aggressive former McDonald's manager who punched out a customer on July 12, was arrested Monday after 2 weeks on the lam.
When the Cobb County Sheriff's Office obtained a warrant to arrest Tiffany Denise Allen for assault, they couldn't lay hands on her right away. That is because Allen had hastily packed up and fled the area after hearing there was a warrant out for her arrest.
The fugitive was arrested Monday by Sheriffs in New Hanover County, North Carolina.
“She was taken to the New Hanover Sheriff’s Department and is currently in their custody,” Nancy Bodiford, Cobb County Sheriff's Office spokeswoman, said in an email to the Atlanta Journal Wednesday.
Allen is charged with simple battery, simple assault and disorderly conduct. She is being held without bond.
“We are in the process of having her returned to Cobb County to face pending charges,” Bodiford said.
According to the warrant, Allen, who was off duty at the time, became irate when a woman brought her autistic twins and their service dog into the McDonald's on Bells Ferry Rd in Marietta. Surveillance video shows Allen arguing with the woman while pursuing ing her around the restaurant. Allen later attacked the woman in the McDonald's parking lot.