When Rogers sat on a bench to wait for his food, the manager began to act suspiciously.
As the defendant removed the pizza from the oven I observed her cut her eyes and look at me. The defendant then leaned over the pizza that she had began to slice and I observed her spit on the pizza which had been purchased by me.
It turned out the manager, Amanda Engle, didn't need to ask Rogers' name to ring up his order, because she recognized him as the man that arrested her for a DUI last April.
Engle, who pleaded guilty earlier this month, had knowingly allowed a friend to drive her car drunk, which is also a DUI charge under Tennessee law. She spent two days in jail and paid a fine, but according to Sheriff Mike Hensley, the conviction was "fresh on her mind."
Unfortunately for Engle, Rogers arrested her for a second time, this time on misdemeanor disorderly conduct charges.
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