Police Say Southern Illinois Teacher Pulls Gun in McDonald's Drive-Thru

A southern Illinois high school teacher is in serious trouble for how he allegedly acted in a McDonald's drive-thru.
A southern Illinois high school teacher is in serious trouble for how he allegedly acted in a McDonald's drive-thru.

Police in Harrisburg say 61-year-old Larry Luna started yelling at a woman ahead of him in line Sunday morning. When she got out of her car, They say he pulled a gun on her.

It's a situation not sitting well with parents. The Harrisburg superintendent says the district has gotten a number of calls from concerned parents. Right now, school administrators are waiting to see how the case plays out in court.

Luna is free on bond and faces two counts of aggravated assault with a weapon.
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