FORT PIERCE, Fla. - Antonio Dreveal Boatwright last week said he was upset at an apparent McDonald's worker because she didn't give him his apple pie.
His mood likely did not improve when a St. Lucie County Sheriff's deputy found a bag of marijuana in his pocket.
Deputies encountered Boatwright, 33, on Jan. 4 at a McDonald's in the 4800 block of North Kings Highway in Lakewood Park after being dispatched to a fight in progress, a recently released arrest affidavit states.
Dispatch officials said a tall man with braids was threatening a female worker and trying to hit her. Witnesses in the parking lot pointed out Boatwright.
Asked by a deputy what was going on, Boatwright said, "I was mad at the (expletive) for not giving me my apple pie."
A deputy smelled a "strong odor" of suspected spliff coming from Boatwright and his vehicle. While patting Boatwright down, the deputy felt a bag in his pocket. Boatwright said he was unaware of the contents of his pocket, telling the deputy to pull it out.
That's when investigators found a small bag of marijuana.
"There's a joint in the ashtray, too," Boatwright is quoted as saying.
Meanwhile, the female McDonald's employee left and couldn't be contacted.
Boatwright, of the 3400 block of Sloan Road in Fort Pierce, was jailed on a misdemeanor marijuana possession charge.
The affidavit doesn't state whether he ever got a McDonald's apple pie, a baked dessert product with 250 calories and 13 grams of fat.
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