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Starbucks Apologizes for Asking Tempe Police Officers to Leave Arizona Coffee Shop

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On July 4, six Tempe police officers were asked to leave a Starbucks store at the request of a barista, according to news reports.

The incident was initiated by a patron who complained about the presence of the police officers in the coffee store.

ABC 15 reports:

“A group of six Tempe police officers were reportedly asked to leave by a barista at Starbucks recently.

The incident reportedly happened on July 4, at the location off of Scottsdale and McKellips roads.”

The Tempe Police Department issued a statement on Twitter:

The Tempe Officers Association Tweeted a comment about the incident:

Starbucks apologized for the incident:

It’s outrageous Starbucks asked police officers to leave the store while the company’s guest policy considers anyone, paying customer or not, to sit in their stores.

Tom Borelli

Dr. Tom Borelli is a Newsmax TV contributor and radio commentator addressing political issues from a conservative grassroots perspective. As a columnist, he has written for The Washington Times and authored articles for Newsmax Magazine, Newsmax Insider and previously was a co-host with his wife Deneen Borelli on the SiriusXM Patriot channel. Dr. Borelli appeared on numerous television programs, including the highly ranked Fox News Channel’s “The O’Reilly Factor,” “Hannity,” “The Kelly File," and "America’s News Headquarters." He has also appeared on Fox Business Network’s “Making Money with Charles Payne” and “After the Bell” as well as TheBlaze TV’s "The Glenn Beck Program" and "Dana!" Prior to working for public policy organizations, Dr. Borelli was a managing partner with the investment advisory firm of Action Fund Management, LLC and a portfolio manager for the Free Enterprise Action Fund (FEAF) where he used shareholder activism to challenge corporations that sought to profit from the growth of government. During his 25 years with the Altria Group, Inc., he built a foundation in public policy and issues management, drawing from diverse experiences ranging from basic research to corporate affairs. Dr. Borelli served as science fellow for the U.S. House of Representatives' Committee on Science, Space, and Technology during the 100th Congress. Dr. Borelli has also published scientific papers on interferon and human leukemia.

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