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Clarendon County, SC An early morning dispute between a customer and a Waffle House employee ended in gunfire at around 4:30 a.m. Sunday morning. Crystal Samuels got into an altercation with Yakeisha Ward, 29, a waitress at Waffle House after Samuels and her friends were asked to leave. At some point during the verbal exchange, Samuels threw a waffle at Ward and found out real quick that Ward doesn’t take any shit. She jumped over the counter where the two began fighting. The fight moved into the parking lot where Ward retrieved a gun from her vehicle.

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The fight continued and at some point, Ward shot the gun at the ground, a bullet fragment hitting Samuels in the arm. Police rolled into the parking lot, where the two were still fighting, and Ward struck Samuels in the head with the gun. Ward was arrested and charged with assault and battery with intent to kill. She got out of jail after paying $500. The gun she used was legal.

As for Samuels, when reporters asked what she thought about Waffle House, she stated “bad customer service.”

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