Watch KFOR Live Interactive Radar

Woman who allegedly assaulted McDonald’s employee for working too slowly is sent to prison

This is an archived article and the information in the article may be outdated. Please look at the time stamp on the story to see when it was last updated.

BELLEVUE, Ohio – A woman accused of assaulting a McDonald’s employee for working too slowly has been sent to prison.

In June, three women were arrested after they allegedly assaulted an Ohio McDonald’s employee because she was working too slowly in serving them, police say.

In their booking photos, two of the women appear to be smiling after their arrests. Their booking photos went viral earlier this year.

Ashley England, Mary Jordan and Sammie Whaley

Ashley England, Mary Jordan and Sammie Whaley

According to police, the female employee was assaulted in the restaurant parking lot after the women thought she wasn’t serving them and their children  quickly enough.

The women were identified by police as Ashley England, Mary Jordan and Sammie Whaley. They were arrested the next day after security video was used to identify them.

England was charged with assault, theft and child endangerment. Jordan was charged with assault and child endangerment. The child endangerment charges are due to the fact England and Jordan had their children present with them and the children also participated in the incident. Whaley was also charged with assault.

At the time of the assault, Jordan, 33, was on probation after serving a 20-month prison term for two counts of complicity to commit forgery, WVEC reports.

Jordan was recently sentenced to serve seven months in prison for violating her probation.

According to WVEC, England was scheduled for a pretrial hearing Monday, but nothing came from the hearing.

Whaley pleaded no contest to the assault charges and was found guilty.  She was fined $100 and placed on non-reporting probation.  She will not face jail time, WVEC reports.