Men arrested after brandishing knife in Bremerton Jack in the Box drive-through

Two men were arrested at the Wheaton Way Jack in the Box July 21 after one of them pointed a knife at a worker in the drive-through window.

At about 11:45 p.m., the employee, a 70-year-old Bremerton woman, told Bremerton police that a shirtless male in the drive-through lane upset about his food order pointed a large hunting knife at her, according to reports. The 20-year-old passenger had a knife in each hand and the 70-year-old woman said she feared he would throw a knife at her.

A search of the pickup truck yielded the hunting knife in the front seat, a folding knife in the glove box, a plastic bottle of marijuana buds in the front seat and a glass pipe filled with marijuana under the passenger seat. The 20-year-old passenger was arrested and taken to jail for investigation of second-degree assault, marijuana possession and possession of drug paraphernalia. The 22-year-old driver was arrested for driving under the influ

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