Georgia Police Officer Stacy Talbert AKA Officer Karen Of Egg McMuffin Order Meltdown, Not Richmond PD
The Georgia Police Officer Stacy Talbert, Called “Officer Karen” and “Crying Cop” For Egg McMuffin Order Meltdown, Wasn’t A Richmond Hill Police Department Officer.
The Richmond Hill Georgia Police Department wrote the following:
“We have received multiple phone calls and messages about a video that was posted by a female officer complaining about her service at a local restaurant.
The officer in the video does not work for nor represent the Richmond Hill Police Department. We have contacted the agency she works for and have passed along our concerns.”
To date there has been no follow up explaining who she is or what the agency referred to is.
We are on it.
The viral story had a lot of lookers. Eventually, Stacy Talbert was tracked down by a number of media companies. Shes’ a police officer with McIntosh County Georgia, and has been there for the past four months.
Officer Stacy Talbert told BuzzFeed News that “It really had nothing to do with McDonald’s and the food. That was just what triggered it. This feeling we feel in law enforcement constantly. You’re always looking, we’re arching our necks, to make sure everything is safe not just for you, but for everyone else. There are times I wish I could just be normal and not have to feel like that. Everyone completely lost the point except for law enforcement. We all feel that way except I voiced it.”
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