A Michigan Arby’s employee chased a man down Monday morning after he allegedly robbed one of her managers.
Marcia Rabideau, the director of operations for the Sterling Heights Arby’s, said when one of her managers beat on the door of the building and yelled that they had been robbed, she “didn’t think, [she] just reacted,” MLive reports.
Rabideau could still see the robber fleeing on foot, so she got into her Dodge Charger and drove after him. She eventually tracked him down and cornered him at a river bank where she got out of her car and held him at gunpoint with her Glock 9 mm until police arrived.
“There just was no way in hell I was going to let him get away with seven deposits.”
She said when she cornered him at the river bank, he attempted to reach for his gun but she warned him against it, according to WNEM.
“The suspect tried reaching for his gun but I told him if he lowered his f—— hands again that I would shoot him dead and I meant it.”
Police arrested the man along with an accomplice soon after who was found in a getaway car with a 1-year-old child. Rabideau said both men will now face child endangerment charges in addition to charges related to the robbery.
Both men are being held in the Macomb County Jail, according to the report.
Rabideau’s husband is the St. Charles Village police chief. She previously headed the Saginaw Arson Watch.
[Feature Photo: Marcia Rabideau/Facebook]