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Lindsay E. Stansberry, 30, is in custody at the Glynn County Detention Center.

BRUNSWICK, Ga. — A Brunswick woman is facing an aggravated assault charge as she’s accused of pointing a gun at Taco Bell employees on Monday after she “became upset when her order was not ready,” according to the Glynn County Police Department.

Lindsay E. Stansberry, 30, is in custody at the Glynn County Detention Center.

The police department says officers initially responded to a report of a person with a gun at the restaurant located at 4930 New Jesup Hwy. When officers arrived, a news release from the police department states that an employee of the Taco Bell told GCPD officers that Stansberry arrived at the Taco Bell’s drive-through window to pick up an order, and is where she then became upset.

An argument at the window followed and Stansberry drove away, according to the release. But, …

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