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Florida Teen Loses Job after Refusing to Serve a Police Officer


Fast food chain Arby's has apologized to the policeman who was refused service at a south Florida restaurant 'due to being a police officer'.

Sergeant Jennifer Martin from the Pembroke Pines Police Department was in uniform when she went to a location in the Miami-area city on Tuesday night and an employee allegedly told his manager he didn't want to serve her.

Martin filed an 'offense report' about the incident after she was told that Kenneth Davenport, 19, did not want to serve her when she pulled up to the drive-thru window. 
His manager Angel Mirabal, 22, allegedly told the officer that he didn't want to give her the food she ordered 'because you are a police officer'. 

The report said that Mirabal was referencing Davenport when she made the remarks and that the employee had not run Martin's credit card after she gave it to him.
Martin reported that she told the manager the situation made her uncomfortable  and eventually went inside and being given a refund.
'I was uncertain of the condition of my food and felt, for my safety, it would be best not to eat there,' Martin wrote
It was unclear what the officer, who took Mirabal's contact information but could not get Davenport's, thought had been done to her food


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