Florida Woman Pulls 9mm with 50-Round Magazine in McDonald’s Drive-Thru Over “Cheeseburger Bundle” That Doesn’t Exist

Florida Woman Quavi Janai Young, 26, of Cocoa, rode to the Brevard County Jail after she went from Hungry to Hangry over a menu item that didn’t exist and pulled out her 9mm pistol with 50 round drum magazine attached.

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Young was arrested Thursday night at a McDonald’s located at 927 Dixon Blvd in Cocoa, and accused of brandishing a gun in the drive-thru and pointing it at an employee due to an argument over a nonexistent menu item, according to the Cocoa Police Department.

The arrest affidavit describes what witnesses told responding officers after arriving to find Quavi Janai Young behind the wheel with a gun in her passenger’s seat. The weapon was identified as a Smith & Wesson M&P Shield 9mm with a 50-round drum magazine.

Quavi Janai Young (2018 Booking Photo)

Young allegedly demanded a “cheeseburger bundle,” which doesn’t exist, and refused an employee’s offer to sell her a cheeseburger and small fries instead.

The incident occurred during Young’s second time in the drive-thru lane that day. Allegedly, there was an argument with Young during her first visit to the drive-thru lane.

During The second encounter, the victim told police that Young pulled up to the first drive-thru window after being told she couldn’t be served a meal that wasn’t on the menu. Once there, the victim asked Young what her problem was. That’s when Young brandished her pistol, according to police.

According to the affidavit, the victim asked Young why she was so mad over a simple issue. Young pointed the gun at the victim, verbally threatening her as well, before proceeding to the next window, police said.

When Cocoa police arrived, officers also learned that Young did not have a valid driver’s license, according to the affidavit.

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Young was transported to the Brevard County Jail and charged with open carry of a weapon, driving while license suspended or revoked – with knowledge, and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon without intent to kill. Her bond was set at $7,500, and Jones bonded out Saturday morning, according to the Brevard County Jail Website.

Jones will appear in court on 4/13/23 at 0800 hours before Judge Garagozlo.

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