Customer throws hot beverage at employees of Trenton, Ont. business, police say
A Hamilton, Ont. man is facing assault charges for allegedly throwing a hot beverage at employees of a drive-thru window in Trenton.
Ontario Provincial Police responded to a report of an alleged assault of an employee at a business on Monogram Place at approximately 8:30 a.m. Monday.
The driver of a vehicle ordered a coffee at a drive-thru business.
Police say that following an interaction with an employee, the individual threw a hot beverage into the drive-thru window, striking two employees.
The employees were treated for minor injuries.
Investigators were able to identify a suspect on Tuesday.
Frank Hunter, 57, of Hamilton is facing two counts of assault with a weapon.
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