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‘Please call the police’: Bronx woman rescued after texting restaurant via Grubhub order

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According to a Facebook post from the restaurant, in the “Additional Instructions” section of her order, the woman said, “Please call the police.”

Using a Grubhub delivery job to mail a letter to a restaurant, a New York woman was rescued from a hostage situation Sunday, June 19, according to authorities and a statement from the restaurant. According to a Facebook post from The Chipper Truck in the Bronx, the woman stated in the “Additional Instructions” section of her order: “Please call the police, they will call me when you are delivered with the cones, please don’t do it.” it obvious.”

According to the Post, the 24-year-old placed her order before 5 a.m. The post reads: “I’ve heard about this a lot, but I never thought this would happen to us. Luckily we were open and able to help her.” According to the New York City Police Department, officers arrived at the scene around 6:20 a.m. and were arrested on suspicion of rape, strangulation, criminal sex act, unlawful detention, threats, assault, criminal weapon possession and sexual assault Abuse accused Suspect, Kemoy Royal, has been taken into custody.

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Because the brick-and-mortar restaurant is open 24 hours a day and the food truck has been serving the neighborhood for 18 years, The Chipper Truck acts as a kind of neighborhood watch, according to Bermejo. For customers who arrive late at night and need to go home, employees have been known to call taxis or Ubers. “It added a new layer and meaning to the whole thing. I don’t think any of us ever expected anything like this,” she noted.

According to CBS New York, Grubhub is now rewarding the New York restaurant for helping the NYPD rescue the woman from her hostage situation. Grubhub sends the restaurant $5,000 as a reward for its role in the incident. Meanwhile, according to Inside Edition, Kemoy Royal is currently being held on $25,000 bail and his first court appearance is scheduled for this Friday, June 24.

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