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Sunday, December 4th, 2016

FAST FOOD SCAMMER GETS BUSTED

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From local6.com, Central Florida:

A 500-pound man in Seminole County, Fla., was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of scamming fast-food restaurants out of large amounts of milk shakes and tacos, according to a Local 6 News report.

Investigators said George Jolicoeur, 33, would visit fast-food businesses and order food.

Jolicoeur would then call or visit the restaurants posing as a police officer or a firefighter and ask for a refund because there was a hair in his food, according to the report.

“He would come back and say, ‘Oh, there is something wrong with it,’” Seminole County Sheriff’s spokesman Steve Olson said. “There was a hair in my shake or there was a hair in my tacos. And, then he wants his money back.”

Jolicoeur was captured after he went to a Steak N’ Shake restaurant near Oviedo and Taco Bell in Central Florida and allegedly tried to get money back for the food he ordered.

Local 6 News reported that Jolicoeur has been arrested more than 24 times on charges of burglary, drugs and domestic problems, Local 6 News reported.

“Jolicoeur’s rap sheet is as thick as a book,” Local 6 reporter Chris Trenkmann said. “When he was first checked into the jail in 1991, he weighed 360 pounds. This morning, the jail weighed him at 500 pounds.”

Police in Sanford, Fla., and other cities are investigating the possibility that Jolicoeur was scamming area restaurants, Trenkmann said.
He remains in the Seminole County Jail facing several charges.

  • <span class="anon-comment-author">Arctic Earl</span>

    Enjoyed the rant on Dusty.
    But as a lifetime Cub fan, I know that the Cubs very rarely get a good manager or a closer.
    Bring back Leo Durocher or Don Zimmer
    and don’t trade Lee Smith for a bunch of Red Sox knuckleheads.
    But it is a curse we somehow have to live with. I truly expect the Cubs have to win it all one of these years without a top manager or closer.
    Earl in Barrow

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