South Jersey Waitress Abducted and Beaten After Confronting Group of Diners Who Didn’t Pay For a $70 Bill on Juneteenth (VIDEO)


A south Jersey waitress was abducted and beaten after confronting a group of diners who didn’t pay for a $70 bill on Juneteenth.

Police in Washington Township are asking the public to help them identify the 5 people (photo below) who abducted the woman.

It happened Saturday night around 11:15 PM at a “Nifty Fifty’s” in Turnersville.

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The 20-year-old waitress chased the men out of the restaurant when they left without paying their bill.

The men grabbed her and took her away in a white Dodge Durango, brutally beat the young woman as they drove around, then pushed her out of the car, WPVI reported.

She was able to run back to the restaurant where she called the police and was taken to a local hospital.

The victim suffered bruises and a possible concussion.

Anyone with information is asked to call police at 856-589-0330 ext 1160 or you can email tips to Det. M.Longfellow at [email protected].


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