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A former Dunkin Donuts employee—who was fired for refusing to serve a Cleveland police officer—reportedly returned to his former employment location with intentions to rob the store.

According to WKYC-TV News, 30-year-old Shontay Brown was arrested Monday by U.S. Marshals and Lakewood police after his alleged involvement in a robbery in the south western suburb of Cleveland.

In July, Newsweek reported that Brown refused to serve Cleveland Police Officer Frank Garmback, saying "I don’t serve cops anyways," according to Newsweek.

Brown later claimed that the remark was a joke—but he was fired nonetheless.

U.S. Marshal Pete Elliott said, "The Lakewood Police Department is to be commended for their efforts on this investigation. The robbery happened over the weekend and by Monday, Brown was named the suspect and now behind bars to answer for his actions."