UPDATE: Friday, January 11, 2013
Charges have been filed in an incident Wednesday over a wrong fast food order that led to a standoff.
Friday afternoon, 24-year-old Sean Costa and 27-year-old Melissa Palacios made their first appearance in Sedgwick County Court.
Each were charged with four counts of aggravated assault and one count of criminal possession of a firearm.
The preliminary hearing for Costa and Palacios is currently scheduled for January 24.
UPDATE: Thursday, January 10, 2013
Two people have been arrested for after a dispute over a fast food order led to a standoff yesterday in west Wichita.
Three people were initially taken into custody when the standoff ended Wednesday afternoon, but only two were arrested and booked last night.
According to arrest reports, those suspects are 24-year-old Sean Costa and 27-year-old Melissa Palacios.
Costa was booked for criminal possession of a firearm. Palacios was booked on the same charge, along with aggravated assault.
Both have also previously served time. Costa has been in prison on various battery convictions. He was released last October.
Palacios has been previously convicted on drug charges. Her sentence expired last September.
Wichita Police are expected to release additional information during a regularly-scheduled briefing later this morning.
UPDATE: Wednesday, 2:30 p.m.
A standoff in west Wichita that began over a wrong fast food order has ended with three people taken into custody.
It ended around 2 p.m. No one was hurt.
Wednesday, January 9, 2013
A man upset over a restaurant getting his order wrong is now involved in a standoff with Wichita Police.
Around 7:30 a.m. a man ordered food at a McDonald's drive-thru, located at 6350 W. Kellogg near Dugan in West Wichita.
The man reportedly became upset when he drove away and realized his order was wrong. It intensified when the man tried to cut in front of another car at the drive-thru.
The driver waiting in line didn't appreciate the other car trying to cut, and words were exchanged. At one point a woman got out of the car trying to cut, and threw a crowbar at the other.
The driver of that same car then got out, grabbed a shotgun and fired at the other car before driving off. No one was hurt
Police responded and tracked the car to a home on Newell near Meridian where officers are currently trying to get the occupants to come out.
SWAT is also on scene.
The street has been shut down, but no one in the neighborhood has been evacuated.
KAKE News has a crew on the scene and we'll update this story as additional information becomes available.