18-year-old Sky Samuel turned herself in and has been released on a $5,000 bond.
City of Columbus Public Information Officer Joe Dillon tells KFOR-TV,
"The employee didn't understand the woman's order, words were exchanged, and it went downhill from there."
The customer ate the meal, then made a complaint with Jack's for poor service. It wasn't until the woman saw a Facebook post that she called to file a complaint with Columbus police.That Facebook post came from the mother of Samuel's teenage co-worker, who went into detail about the allegations against Samuel.
Tabatha Hollins posted,
"So if u went to Jack's between 10:00pm and 10:30pm on 1/7/2017 and u order the big jack with a sprite u got more then ketchup!!!"
Hollins also posted a recorded phone call between Samuel and her daughter, in which Samuel can be heard saying that security cameras "can't see right there" in the area where Samuel was standing.
In the recording, Samuel denied any wrongdoing.. If convicted, she could serve up to five years in prison for the alleged crime.