McDonald's worker no stranger to the law
The McDonald's worker accused of assaulting two female workers last night has also been convicted of a serious crime in Hudson Valley.
Cashier Rayon McIntosh was convicted of second-degree assault and weapons possession when he was 19. He also spent a decade in jail in connection with the death of a 17-year-old classmate he shot and killed at the Galleria Mall in White Plains.
McIntosh, 31, was working at a 24-hour McDonalds in Greenwich Village when he questioned a $50 bill handed to him by two female customers.
Following an argument, one of the women can be seen slapping McIntosh, while the other is climbing over the counter. McIntosh winds up grabbing a metal object and beats the women, one who is still hospitalized with a fractured skull and broken arm. The other suffered a deep cut in the attack.
McIntosh is scheduled to be back in court on Tuesday.