(Monday 11:50 a.m.) – A man has been charged after the manager of a Chillicothe McDonald’s was stabbed over the weekend.
Nathan Osborne, 30 of Chillicothe has been charged in Livingston County with felonies of first-degree assault and armed criminal action.
According to the Chillicothe Police Department, Sunday shortly after noon officers responded to the McDonald’s on US 36 and 65 Highway in reference to an assault. Police said a manager at the store received stab wounds from an employee armed with a knife. The suspect allegedly fled the scene on foot. The suspect was later arrested hiding in some weeds near Highway 36 after a search of the area.
The McDonald’s manager was treated at Hedrick Medical Center for wounds he received and has since been released. The store was temporarily closed while police conducted an investigation.
Osborne is currently being held in the Daivess/DeKalb Regional jail on $250,000 cash only bail. Online court document state, part of Osborne’s bond conditions include no contact with Jordan Myrick and that Osborne is not allowed to enter McDonald’s property. A court date was not yet listed on online documents.
According to a post on the department’s Facebook page, Sunday around noon officers responded to a report of an assault with a weapon at Chillicothe McDonalds. The assault was between two employees and one was injured. Police said the suspect is now in custody.
“At this time Chillicothe McDonalds is closed while we conduct our investigation. Please avoid the area if you can, thank you,” the department said on Facebook.