Man allegedly high on drugs arrested in Beaumont McDonalds

Published 1:46 pm Saturday, June 18, 2016

BEAUMONT — A man showing reportedly showing signs of being under the influence of drugs that entered a Beaumont McDonalds was arrested Friday night

Beaumont Police were called to the McDonald’s at 1550 Interstate 10 East close to 9:30 p.m. after a man entered the restaurant with a large blood stain on his shirt.

Employees believed the man, later identified as Jermaine Jones, 36, had been shot. While attempting to call 911 the man entered the employees only area behind the counter and began acting as if he were an employee, according to a press release from the Beaumont Police Department.

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When officers instructed the man to move from behind the counter they noted he was he displayed “signs of excited delirium.”

The suspect initially refused the officers’ instructions, before allegedly charging them. He resisted arrested but they were able to quickly regain control of him.

Jones was eventually arrested for resisting arrest.

It was later discovered that the large bloodstain on Jones’ shirt was the result of a self inflicted cut to his chest from a broken Tabasco sauce bottle. Jones was transported to Christus Hospital St. Elizabeth for treatment on his intoxication and his chest laceration, prior to being transported to the Jefferson County Jail for resisting arrest.