• Woman says she was beaten by teens at McDonald's in front of her kids

    By: Joy Johnston, Cox Media Group National Content Desk


    BALTIMORE - A woman claims she was beaten last weekend by a group of teenagers at a McDonald's in a Baltimore suburb while her children witnessed the violent attack.

    Lindsey Green told WJZ that moments after a woman accused her of cutting in line at a Glen Burnie McDonald's last Saturday night, she was sucker-punched and then attacked by a group of teenagers. Green, who said she was punched and kicked multiple times, showed WJZ the bruises on her body that she said are a result of the attack.

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    Green's two children, ages 6 and 7, were witnesses to the attack. Bystanders placed the children behind the counter to protect them from the brawl.

    Anne Arundel County police have already made one arrest in the case and are searching for others they say were involved in the attack. 

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