Ice cream truck turf war breaks out
Updated On: Apr 22 2014 10:00:53 AM CDT
There's a turf war going on in a Missouri neighborhood over ice cream.
Authorities say an ice cream truck turf war turned criminal on Easter morning. Police say an ice cream truck operator in north St. Louis County was cut off by another driver who allegedly threatened him.
Witnesses say the second driver then started damaging the first driver's truck, music siren and merchandise.
The driver of the damaged truck says he's had the same route for seven years and the second driver wanted to take over his route.
But the real kicker here is that both drivers work for the same company.
The victim says he plans on keeping his route and that other driver may lose his job.
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