Denison police Chief Jay Burch, left, wrote a fiery Facebook post about Whataburger after a worker refused to serve officers. She has been fired.
Denison police Chief Jay Burch, left, wrote a fiery Facebook post about Whataburger after a worker refused to serve officers. She has been fired. facebook.com/denisonpd/
Denison police Chief Jay Burch, left, wrote a fiery Facebook post about Whataburger after a worker refused to serve officers. She has been fired. facebook.com/denisonpd/

Whataburger worker learned lesson about serving those who serve us

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