A Whataburger employee was dismissed after refusing to serve two Denison police officers early Saturday morning.
A Whataburger employee was dismissed after refusing to serve two Denison police officers early Saturday morning. Star-Telegram archived photo
A Whataburger employee was dismissed after refusing to serve two Denison police officers early Saturday morning. Star-Telegram archived photo

Whataburger employee dismissed after refusing service to Denison police officers

October 14, 2017 05:41 PM

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