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Wednesday, January 29, 2014
A Vine Street man was charged by Niagara County Sheriff's deputies with harassment on Tuesday after employees at a Transit Road restaurant say he made a scene and used a racial epithet.

Employees at Might Taco, 5691 South Transit Road, said that at about 6:20 p.m., a customer came up to the drive-through speaker and ordered an "el nigro burrito," followed by a derogatory term. The employee taking the order was African American and took offense to the remark.

When the customer came around to the drive-through window, he had an exchange with another Might Taco employee and said he didn't want his food. A few minutes later, however, the customer entered the restaurant with two friends, yelling. Webster then spit in the face of one of the restaurant employees, according to the report.

Using surveillance video and the license plate from the vehicle, NCSO tracked down the customer, Michael W. Webster, 28, of Vine Street, who stated that he was the person driving the vehicle at Mighty Taco. He also said that it was the Mighty Taco employee who had used a racial epithet against him, and he had gone into the restaurant to confront her.

Webster was charged with harassment in the second degree and disorderly conduct. He was ordered to appear in Town of Lockport Court on Feb. 13.



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