Arrest made in attack on McDonald’s employees in Bayville

Police are searching for two men who allegedly attacked two McDonald's employees in Bayville.

Police are searching for two men who allegedly attacked two McDonald's employees in Bayville. (4/12/17)

BAYVILLE - An arrest has been made in the alleged assault and stabbing of two McDonald’s employees in Bayville, police said Wednesday.

Authorities said the attack happened Sunday night at the restaurant located on Atlantic City Boulevard.

Police said two men drove up to the drive-thru, ordered food and then began to bang on the window because they said their order was incorrect. One of the men allegedly punched the manager in the face, and when another employee ran out to confront the men, he was slashed with a knife, officials said.

Berkeley Township Detective Bureau arrested Kwasi Mayweather, 31, of Bayville, in connection with the incident. Mayweather was charged with one count of disorderly conduct.

Police said through the course of the investigation, no evidence suggested that the other occupant of the vehicle committed a crime.

Authorities said the incident remains under investigation and more charges are possible.

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