Man accused of Tim Hortons ‘Iced Capp attack’ arrested in Powell River

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WATCH: Police have released surveillance video of the suspect in an attack at a Tim Hortons in New Westminster – Oct 1, 2018

Police have arrested the man accused of a violent meltdown in a New Westminster Tim Hortons in September.

A B.C.-wide warrant was issued for 28-year-old Alan Sam Deguillaume last month on allegations of assault and mischief, in relation to an altercation captured on surveillance video.

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New Westminster police say Deguillaume was arrested on Oct. 15 in Powell River. He has since been released on a recognizance of bail, and is slated to appear in court on Nov. 21. Deguillaume is facing two charges of assault and one charge of mischief under $5,000.

The incident in question took place on Sept. 6 at the Carnavon Street Tim Hortons location.

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Deguilllaume had allegedly complained to staff that he had been given the wrong order, before pouring an Iced Capp drink out and verbally abusing staff and pushing the cash register off the counter, according to police.

Police also allege that Deguillaume kicked and punched another customer who had tried to intervene on behalf of staff.

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Surveillance video from the restaurant shows a man in a pink T-shirt pacing in front of the counter and engaging in a heated exchange with a staff member.

It then shows the man pouring a drink out onto the counter and kicking a wall, before shoving the point of sale terminal towards staff.

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