Drunken Ohio man damages Subway restaurant, makes own sandwich, puts cheese in pocket, police say

Drunken Ohio man damages Subway restaurant, makes own sandwich, puts cheese in pocket, police say
Don Peters, 44, is facing charges of disorderly conduct, violating the open-container law and criminal damaging in connection with the incident, which took place shortly before 1 p.m. Saturday at the Akron restaurant. (Akron Police Department)

AKRON, Ohio — An Ohio man was arrested Saturday after Akron police said he caused damage inside a Subway restaurant, made his own sandwich and pocketed a block of cheese – all while intoxicated.

According to WJW-TV, Don Peters, 44, is facing charges of disorderly conduct, violating the open-container law and criminal damaging in connection with the incident, which took place shortly before 1 p.m. Saturday at the Kenmore Boulevard restaurant.

Subway employees alleged that Peters, who appeared to be drunk, walked into the restaurant and ordered employees to make him something to eat, the Plain Dealer reported. Peters then took matters into his own hands, damaging plexiglass before going behind the restaurant counter and making a sandwich, police said. 

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Officers responded to the scene and arrested Peters, who was carrying Subway cheese and a vodka bottle in his pockets, authorities said.

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