Food truck owner refuses to serve enforcement of the law
Owner of Detroit-based food truck declared on social media that they would refuse to serve police.
A food truck owner in Detroit, Michigan says that they do not serve police officers or other law enforcement officials, because they, along with the “majority” of its customers, “do not feel safe around law enforcement officers.”
The owner of Rocky Road Brew, Rocky Coronado, he wrote on Facebook Friday, she is good in [her] rights to refuse service to police officers,” such as Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Homeland Security and the local police.
The owner of the truck described in a separate post that they turned away two officers on Friday, who were “in an unmarked, black suburban with tinted windows, both with bullet-proof vests and badges.”
The officers, according to Coronado, in the circle back around with a third person, is told in the food truck was closed, and asked why they are not served.
“Not feeling confrontational, I meekly told her that I not be of service enforcement of the law,” the owner wrote.
The officer allegedly said she was with the Michigan Humane Society, and “was belligerent.”
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According to Coronado, an officer took pictures of her and the other customers, and the officers’ “false and what has happened” was posted online.
“The posts went viral and I decided to make a post why I do not serve law enforcement officers,” the owner wrote.
The Michigan Humane Society did not immediately return Fox News’ request for comment.
The Facebook post said that “as a result of the madness and purification of the messages received, Rocky Road Brew will be temporarily closed.
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