Grace Bowles smashes glass bottle on coworker’s head during argument at Wendy’s

21-year-old Grace Bowles was involved in a fight inside the Wendy’s on Fort Campbell Boulevard with her coworkers, Cheryl Cook and Arissa Skezas, on March 22nd. Officers arrived at the mentioned location and made contact with Bowles, who was being held at the back exit inside Wendy’s and smelled like alcohol. Bowles told officers that she was getting ready to work when she heard some people talking about her. This allegedly led to her getting upset and arguing with her coworkers. While speaking to Bowles, officers observed a large bump that was bleeding on Cook’s head. When asked about the bump on Cook’s head, Bowles said she couldn’t recall. Officers shortly contacted Cook, who stated that Bowles and Skezas were in an argument. A manager took Skezas to the back of the store to remedy the situation, but Bowles was behind them, trying to jump across a counter to get to Skezas. That was when Cook announced that she was going to call 911. Hearing this, Bowles grabbed a brown bag that contained a glass alcohol bottle and hit Cook in the forehead. Law enforcement later received video footage of Bowles arguing with coworkers in the back of the restaurant. Bowles was also seen grabbing Skezas’s wallet while she was grabbing her belongings. Grace Bowles was taken into custody and charged with aggravated assault, public intoxication, and theft.

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