911 Call Reveals New Details Regarding A.S.O Burger King Incident
Police say he looked and smelled drunk, and now that the 9-1-1 tape has been released, we can hear what Alachua County Detention Officer Jon Huckstep sounded like. Huckstep is the son of A.S.O. Chief Deputy David Huckstep.
Earlier this week, we told you about an incident involving the younger Huckstep at the Burger King on Newberry Road in Gainesville early in the morning on December 5th. Police say the manager of the Burger King told them that Huckstep entered the restaurant after the seating area had closed because he wanted to use the bathroom but then refused to leave. According to the police report, the manager accuses Huckstep of striking him in the chest with an open palm; Huckstep accuses the manager of punching him.
Altogether, the 9-1-1 call lasted for about six minutes. To hear excerpts, you can watch the video on the right.
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