LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - A Buffalo Wild Wings worker was hit by a vehicle multiple times during his shift on Friday night. According to a Little Rock Police Department incident report, a couple walked out on their bill, worth $177.51 dollars in food and drink, at the 14800 Cantrell Road location in west Little Rock.
When the worker saw the man walk out of the restaurant, he followed him outside and saw him get into a vehicle, which the female had pulled up near the building. As the worker stepped off of the sidewalk, the man yelled for the female driver to "Go go go." The driver then reportedly hit the gas and hit him with the car. The worker said he then grabbed the hood of the car and held on as the driver sped out of the parking lot. After taking a left turn at a red light, the worker said the driver slammed on the brakes, causing him to be thrown off the car. After he was off the car, he said the woman hit him with the vehicle again. That's when, according to the worker, he smashed the windshield and was thrown off the car again. The worker said he then got out of the road as she drove east on Cantrell Rd.
The worker had a scratch on his arm, ripped pants, and a scrape on his knee. He did not accept medical treatment at the scene.
Authorities identified the suspects as Kayla Mechele Adamson, 24, and Preston Lee Thompson, 26. Adamson was described as having short, blue hair and a colorful coy fish tattoo on the right side of her chest. Thompson was described as having a "big beard." Anyone with information on their whereabouts is asked to contact Little Rock police.