Florida police arrested John Jay Smith, 60, after they accused him of pulling a stun gun and knife on Egyptian exchange students in a St. Augustine McDonald's and told them to "get out of my country." Police say he drove into a pole and seemed drunk.
Florida police arrested John Jay Smith, 60, after they accused him of pulling a stun gun and knife on Egyptian exchange students in a St. Augustine McDonald's and told them to "get out of my country." Police say he drove into a pole and seemed drunk. St. Johns County Sheriff’s Office
Florida police arrested John Jay Smith, 60, after they accused him of pulling a stun gun and knife on Egyptian exchange students in a St. Augustine McDonald's and told them to "get out of my country." Police say he drove into a pole and seemed drunk. St. Johns County Sheriff’s Office

He asked if exchange students were 'American boys' — and used a stun gun, Florida cops say

May 25, 2018 03:58 PM