26-year-old Raynesha Davis will appear in court Tuesday, charged with felony vandalism. An arrest warrant details she poured water on the electronic register, causing $1500 in damage before fleeing the scene. When an officer reached her via phone, Davis told him to “put a warrant out for me”, so he did.
On November 5, 2019, officers were called to Jack in the Box on Dover Crossing Road in reference to a felony vandalism. When officers arrived at Jack in the Box, they spoke with the manager, Rose Whitehead, who stated that one of her employees, Raynesha Davis, had caused damage to a cash register and now it no longer works.
A warrant details that Davis got upset when Ms. Whitehead asked for a doctor’s note for missing some days of work. Davis got mad and stormed out, but before she left she slapped a cup of water onto the machine, causing it to no longer function. Ms. Whitehead confirmed the cost of the register to be approximately $1,500. Police spoke to Davis on the phone and she stated they needed to get a warrant if they wanted her to talk to them, and refused to come in on her own. A warrant was secured for Ms. Davis and she was booked into the Montgomery County jail on 11/19/19. Raynesha Davis is charged with vandalism and is out on a $10,000 bond.