TACO HELL: PG Jail Guards Turn Waldorf Fast Food Joint into Taco Hell; Cranky Cranks Ran Car into People, Store


WALDORF, MD. – Two cranky female jail guards who were off work from the Prince Georges County Jail are cooling their jets and their derrieres in another county’s jail, without bond, following their arrest for a hellacious demonstration of temper, bad manners, murderous conduct, and all-around failure to do right. The pair of bodacious and bad-tempered Femme Fatales of the PG Jail ought to try ordering some Milk of Magnesia from Amazon and have it delivered to their new digs in the Chuck County Jail in LaPlata.

Charles County Sheriff Troy Berry reports that detectives have arrested Prince Georges Correction Officers Tanesha Renea Williams, 25, of Waldorf, and Diamond Shanay Johnson, 28, (DOB 9/22/1992) both are residents of 12380 Mt. Clare Place, Waldorf, Md., for their alleged conduct in crashing a vehicle into a group of people at the Taco Bell on Smallwood Drive in Waldorf.

The hot tamales of the PG County Jail

The hot tamales of the PG County Jail went on their rampage as they were purchasing food at the drive-thru window on March 31, 2021.

Police explain the details of this hard-shell taco escapade in this way:

 In the case, Tanesha Renea Williams was driving a sedan, and had placed an order at the drive thru. As she pulled up to the cashier, she and Johnson began arguing with the employee over the food order.

Both Williams and Johnson exited the car and approached the employee who was still standing at the drive-thru window. Williams allegedly assaulted the employee at the window before both she and Johnson got back into the car.

As shown in the accompanying video taken by a citizen and posted on Twitter, Williams then drove her TACO KILLER SEDAN to the front of the restaurant where several people were standing outside of the front doors.

Williams drove her car toward the group of people, backed up, and then drove toward the group again, striking and injuring several people as she continued forward crashing through the front doors.

After the assault, Williams backed her car out of the restaurant and fled the scene. Several people were treated for injuries that did not appear to be life-threatening.

Patrol officers responded and after a thorough investigation, positively identified both the driver and occupant. Arrest warrants were obtained on April 3, 2021, and members of the CCSO’s Warrant Unit located the suspects and served the warrants on April 5, 2021.

Williams, -Tanesha-Renea

Williams was charged with:

  • attempted murder,
  • first-degree assault,
  • second-degree assault,
  • traffic violations,
  • and other related charges.
Diamond Shanay Johnson charged with attempted murder.

Johnson was charged by Charles County Sheriff’s Department Detective Colin Stine with:

  • attempted murder,
  • first-degree assault,
  • second-degree assault
  • and other related charges.

Both suspects are currently being held at the Charles County Detention Center with no bond. The existence of their employment working at post in Prince Georges County riding herd on the miscreants of that county was concealed, initially, from the District Court Commissioner who was told by the women that they were unemployed. 

Allegedly making false claims of being sick since March 31, 2021 when the attack at Taco Bell took place, could result in both of them being dinged by PG County for falsifying the use of sick leave, however, the entire episode could result in them being terminated from their jobs.

 Both could possibly be promoted to the rank of shift commanders and used in recruiting videos posted on YouTube as examples of women who rise to the top by being forceful and refusing to accept a glass ceiling holding them back from elevating their careers.

The next official highlight of their lives will be in Charles County District Court on May 5, 2021, when they have a preliminary hearing before a judge, a hearing that is open to the public so their victims can observe the proceedings at 1:00 pm in Courtroom One.  In spite of being full-time employees of Prince Georges County, they are being provided free attorneys, courtesy of the taxpayers of Maryland.


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