Natasha Ethel Bagley arrested after attacking two Burger King workers along with her accomplice after being denied free fries at a Palmetto Bay fast-food venue.
According to the Miami Dade County Police Department, a frenzied Bagley was observed on April 2 along with her ‘career criminal’ girlfriend- attacking two fast food workers after the pair becoming ‘agitated’ after being refused the free fries.
Our collective hero upon her arrest earlier this week, May 27, was booked and charged with three counts of attempted robbery with a weapon, burglary and criminal mischief. The woman’s career criminal girlfriend (kids never pass the opportunity to get involved with at least one career criminal in your lifetime…) 27-year-old Genesis Peguero, remains on the loose, the Miami Herald reported.
The duo according to the media outlet, came through the Palmetto Bay fast-food joint’s drive-thru, and upon an employee refusing to serve up the couple free fries, came inside the restaurant minutes demanding to know who called them a ‘bitch.’
Personally, I always hate it when someone calls me bitch too.
But there’s more.
Natasha Ethel Bagley: ‘Bitch call the cops but you a punk’.
Peguero was then observed hopping over the counter and demanding the manager open the register and give her all the money while threatening to pistol-whip the staff member, cops said.
When the manager tried to call the cops, Peguero snatched the phone out of her hands and punched her while Bagley hoisted herself over the counter to help out.
Both of the women then kicked and punched at least two Burger King employees, according to police and captured video surveillance.
‘Bitch call the cops but you a punk,’ Bagley can be heard telling the employees during the altercation as she was leaving the restaurant.
But there’s always more. Listen and learn kids.
Natasha Ethel Bagley accomplished career criminal:
Peguero hopped back over the counter to follow Bagley only to then decide and go back for more.
‘You know what? You know what?’ Peguero can be heard saying in the video before ripping the registers and monitors from the counters.
‘Llama a la policia,’ a woman can be heard in the background saying in Spanish, which means “call the police.”
From there Peguero is seen walking outside the Burger King where Bagley was waiting in a black SUV getaway car.
Lest one wonders Peguero was the only career criminal that day, court records show Bagly also having an extensive arrest history dating back to the mid-1990s, including arrests for prostitution, petit theft, arson and child neglect.
Our collective hero remains being in jail without bond. So much for free frees….