Police release employees' 911 calls at Fairfield McDonald's

The altercation took place Tuesday night at the restaurant on Black Rock Turnpike.

The altercation took place Tuesday night at the restaurant on Black Rock Turnpike. (3/28/13)

FAIRFIELD - UPDATE 6/3/2016: These charges were dismissed.

Fairfield police have released 911 calls from McDonald's employees who say they needed help with an enraged customer.

The altercation took place Tuesday night at the restaurant on Black Rock Turnpike.

Police say after Jeffrey Weglarz got his food, he returned to the drive-thru window and started swearing at the pregnant manager, saying his sandwich wasn't made properly. Police say he also threw the bag at the manager and was banging on the locked doors.

Police tracked Weglarz down at his home using his license plate number. They say when they arrested him, he had a loaded gun in his waistband.

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