Irate customer pulls gun on Little Italy restaurant owner over sales tax

Irate customer pulls gun on Little Italy restaurant owner over sales tax, police say | #ESC_LLC #Firearm #Police #Restaurant | The officers pulled their guns out and ordered the customer to drop his gun, according to police report. The man jumped into his car and sped south on Murray Hill, according to police reports. (Please scroll down for more)


A man pulled a gun on the owner of
Mia Bella in Little Italy. (Adam Ferrise, cleveland.com)

The man ran away with the food, police reports say. CWRU police and Memeti said they recognize the man from the neighborhood and that he might be a construction worker working on one of several projects in the area. (click here)

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