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McPhersonSentinel - McPherson, KS
  • McDonald’s staff threatened by intruder

  • On Aug. 31 at 3:25 a.m. McPherson Police Officers arrested Christopher M. Gorszczyk, 31, of McPherson, on charges of aggravated burglary, criminal threat and disorderly conduct.
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  • On Aug. 31 at 3:25 a.m. McPherson Police Officers arrested Christopher M. Gorszczyk, 31, of McPherson, on charges of aggravated burglary, criminal threat and disorderly conduct.
    Earlier in the morning McDonald’s employees had reported a possible drunken driver, who had been arrested earlier in the evening. Gorszczyk, who had been a passenger in the arrested individual’s car, was angry someone had reported his friend.
    Gorszczyk went to McDonald’s where, at that time of the morning, the front doors are locked leaving only the drive through operating.
    Gorszczyk then proceeded to crawl through the drive through window into the restaurant where he then proceeded to threaten the staff until officers arrived and arrested him.
    According to state statute, anyone who, without authority, enters a business or home with the intent to commit a felony is automatically charged with burglary. In Gorszczyk’s case, the felony had been threatening the McDonald’s employees.
    Gorszczyk was released from the McPherson County Jail Sept. 1 on $12,600 bond. 
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