MONTICELLO – The owner of a summer restaurant on Broadway in Monticello has been charged with three counts of menacing in the second degree, misdemeanors, for allegedly pointing his licensed .38 cal. handgun at three of his employees.
David Walter, 43, of Brooklyn, operates the seasonal eatery called Shwarma King.
At 1:20 a.m. Wednesday, police received a 911 call from the facility. Three male employees claimed Walter was hitting on two female workers and the men stepped in to intercede when Walter allegedly pulled the gun and aimed it at him.
Monticello Police seized the gun and his permit. He will appear before Judge Frank LaBuda for a hearing to determine if his permit will be reinstated.
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