Georgia woman hit fast-food employees with car after drive-thru argument, police say

Chelryia M. Palmer (Clayton County Police Department)

Officers have arrested a Clayton County woman accused of hitting three juvenile fast-food employees with her car.

The Clayton County Police say they were called to the 6000 block of Tara Boulevard in Jonesboro around 10:30 p.m. Thursday after reports someone was hit by a vehicle.

When they arrived at the scene, officers learned that an argument had occurred between 36-year-old Chelryia M. Palmer and three juvenile employees in the drive-thru line of the restaurant.

In video footage obtained for the restaurant, officers say the three employees left the building to continue arguing with Palmer. 

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When the three employees began walking away from her vehicle, officers say Palmer drove her vehicle onto the business' curb, hitting the three victims.

One juvenile was taken to a nearby hospital due to injuries.

Palmer is now in custody charged with aggravated assault.

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