Jack In The Box Employee Stabbed Over Mask Policy

Jack In The Box League City Texas
UPDATE: Arrest Warrant Issued for Suspect
Press Release
League City Police Department detectives have identified a suspect in the stabbing of a Jack in the Box manager. Officers are actively searching for James Schulz (8/8/67) who is believed to be a transient.
An arrest warrant has been issued for Schulz, who is suspected of stabbing the manager at the Jack in the Box restaurant located at 1503 W. League City Parkway on Wednesday, March 17. The incident began when the suspect refused to cooperate with a store policy to wear a face mask. After confronting employees, the suspect attacked the restaurant manager with what appeared to be a pocketknife. The manager was stabbed three times in the arm and upper torso. Employees intervened to defend their coworker and then the suspect fled the scene. Officers searched the area around the scene with a K9 unit. The suspect was not located however, several pieces of evidence were recovered. Officers believe the recovered property was discarded by the suspect as he fled the area on a bicycle.
The injured employee was transported to a nearby hospital and was treated and released.
If you have any information, please call 281-332-2566
Never miss an articleGet new delivered directly to your inbox
%d bloggers like this: