Applebee's Worker Assaulted In Gambrills, Stun Gun Activated By Curtis Bay Woman: Police
GAMBRILLS, MD - A teenage girl recently assaulted a worker at the Gambrills Applebee's, police said. The adult woman with her is accused of activating a stun gun during the encounter.
Officers said the assault happened Sunday around 9:15 p.m. at the restaurant. The eatery is located at 2408 Brandermill Boulevard in The Village at Waugh Chapel shopping center.
Authorities said the 13-year-old girl was a patron at the restaurant before the assault.
During the assault, police said the adult accompanying the teen pulled out a stun gun. The woman is accused of activating the stun gun and pointing it at other employees, but she did not stun anybody with the weapon.
Both suspects made numerous threats to return and “shoot up the place,” officers said.
Authorities said they learned the adult suspect had an outstanding arrest warrant.
Police said they arrested both suspects and charged them accordingly.
Officers identified the adult arrestee as 33-year-old Megan Lynn Miller of Curtis Bay.
Authorities did not release the name of the teenage suspect. They only shared her age and that she is also from Curtis Bay. This is normal protocol for minors charged with most crimes.
This map shows the area where the Anne Arundel County Police Department said the assault happened.
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