Fast Food Scammers Busted

Katheran Willis, 24, and James Armstrong, 41, were arrested for a scam in which they pretended to be corporate headquarters and told chain restaurants that they overcharged a customer $80. Subway, a Togo’s, a Straw Hat Pizza, and an It’s a Grind were all targeted before a press release went out; Smashburger recognized the scam and called police. They arrested the pair in a stolen Lexus from Sacramento.