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Texas man stabs quick-foods personnel soon after getting questioned to have on mask

Police are on the lookout for a man suspected of stabbing an staff at a fast-food items restaurant in the Houston-metro area on March 17 soon after a confrontation about the restaurant’s mask policy.

The League Town Law enforcement Department suggests in a news launch that the 53-calendar year-previous guy “refused to cooperate” with Jack in the Box’s face mask plan. The suspect confronted staff members and then attacked the cafe supervisor with what law enforcement believe that was a pocket knife.

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Video clip exhibits the suspect exiting the restaurant right before heading back in and charging at the Jack in the Box worker though holding a weapon. The League City Police Department said the staff was stabbed three situations in the arm and higher torso.

The worker who was stabbed was taken to a neighborhood clinic and has been unveiled.

Governor Greg Abbott lifted statewide COVID-19 mandates, like the mask mandate, effective March 10.


Quite a few crucial staff, like in the Austin place, have expressed concerns about the final decision. They say they really feel not only are they exposed to the COVID virus by itself but that workers will take the brunt of abuse and even violence from clients refusing to adhere to mask insurance policies place in location by individual outlets and eating places.