2 Women Vandalize Car Belonging to McDonald’s Manager

Meaghan Samantha Davis, 18, and Alexis Michele Notarangelo, 19, arrested after vandalizing a car belonging to a McDonald's manager in Vero Beach, Florida.
Meaghan Samantha Davis, 18, and Alexis Michele Notarangelo, 19, arrested after vandalizing a car belonging to a McDonald's manager in Vero Beach, Florida.

Two women, one a former McDonald’s employee, were arrested Tuesday after they were accused of painting a penis on her once manager’s vehicle in Vero beach, according to the Indian River County Sheriff’s Office.

The manager called law enforcement after he saw purple paint all around the rear of his vehicle, the report said.

“I observed the vehicle which had blue and purple paint across both sides and rear bumper area. I observed the words ‘Fu** You’ and ‘Sexual Predator’ written in large letters in blue. I also observed the image of a large penis in purple spray paint across the left rear of the vehicle,” the deputy said.

The McDonald’s manager advised that a disgruntled former employee, later identified as Meaghan Samantha Davis, 18, maybe the culprit.

Deputies reviewed security footage where they observed two vehicles arrive in the parking lot of the McDonald’s. Next, they saw two females exit their cars and begin spray painting on the victim’s vehicle.

Deputies then made contact with Davis at her home. Both vehicles seen in the security footage were parked at the residence.

Davis admitted that she spray painted the vehicle with the words “Fu** You” and “Sexual Predator” because she claimed to be a victim of sexual harassment by the McDonald’s manager. Davis said that Alexis Michele Notarangelo, 19, was the other female who accompanied her in the parking lot at McDonald’s.

Notarangelo admitted that she was the one who drew the large penis on the manager’s vehicle with the purple spray paint.

“Due to the large area that was painted, it was estimated that the cost to remove the paint or repair the vehicle’s surface would be in excess of $1,000,” the deputy said. As a result, both women were charged with Felony Criminal Mischief.

Davis and Notarangelo were transported to the Indian River County Jail where their bond was set at $3,500 each.

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