Women named in McDonald's incident

 Editor's note: An earlier version of this account incorrectly stated the outcome.


Two Augusta women were named in a simple assualt complaint following a confrontation with another woman at a local fast-food chain.

Angela Marie Taylor, 45, and Jeannette Roseberg, 48, were involved  Sunday at the McDonald's at 3423 Wrightsboro Road, according to a Richmond County sheriff’s incident report.

Taylor and Roseberg were seen beating on a customer’s car window while she was in the drive-thru, the report said.

The driver of the vehicle told the suspects she was a member of the military and was carrying a gun. The women, however, continued yelling “we’re not scared,” the report stated.

McDonald's employees confirmed the drivers’ story, according to the report.

The suspects said the driver drove around them in the drive thru and yelled she had a gun and would shoot them. The suspects stated that’s when they decided to exit their vehicle, the report said.

According to the Sheriff's Office incident report, the deputy who responded to the call advised the victim of the warrant process and she told him she wished to prosecute.