Suspect in McDonald's attack puts police K-9 in headlock during standoff, CA cops say

A man accused of assaulting others at a California McDonald's was arrested during a nearly four-hour long standoff with police, which included him ...

November 15, 2022
2:12 AM

A man accused of assaulting others at a California McDonald's was arrested during a nearly four-hour long standoff with police, which included him putting a K-9 in a headlock, authorities said. While inside the fast food restaurant on Sunday. Nov. 13 in Terra Linda, Robert Michael Chernoff, 35, is accused of verbally threatening and assaulting customers and an employee, according to a news release from the San Rafael Police Department. Chernoff attacked others 'with an unknown aerosol spray, used hand strikes, and also attempted to stab them with a knife,' police said.

Daniella Segura