Mead, WA Gas Stations

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Maverik
Melly R. rated

I'm disgusted at the way this gas station has handled a domestic violence incident. I was assaulted by my ex husband last month while my children were in his arms. We were using this as our exchange location at That time and I was pushed (right next to an overhead 360 camera). I immediately went inside to report the incident and ask for the footage to be reviewed. I was given the run around and told I needed to come back while the manager was present and she could release the footage. I immediately called crime check to file a report. A week later the sheriff's office was still waiting for the footage they requested. I went in to follow up. I was given a different story. I was told that the deputy would have to physically go to the gas station with the report number and request the footage. I reported back to the sheriff's office and they said they were not used to that protocol. That typically when they request footage it is provided immediately. I was told that an officer was going in the next morning and the footage would be provided.A month later I am still waiting for justice. I am dealing with the sheriff's office separately but I am absolutely disgusted at the way Maverick had handles this situation. This is not the first incident that has happened there during an exchange. I was constantly being flipped off, having items thrown at me and being verbally assaulted (next to your cameras come to find out). One of your employees witnessed this behavior and was even flipped off herself for talking to me.What does a survivor of domestic violence need to do to get your establishment to help women and children being victimized? This situation is absolutely ridiculous and I am ready to go to the media if something isn't done. Women are being victimized on a daily basis. One would think that a nice business with state of the art equipment would want to help bring justice to these situations in any way they can.

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