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Suspect In Racist Rant At Fast-Food Restaurant Arrested

Police on Monday arrested a Denver man suspected of throwing out racist and homophobic rants at a San Ramon fast food restaurant on Christmas Eve.

Jordan Douglas Clarke, 40, allegedly harassed a diner while filming him trying different dishes at the In-N-Out Burger on San Ramon Valley Boulevard. I’m here.

A TikTok video of the exchange showed someone behind the camera saying, ‘Are you filming yourself eating?
The customers looked dumbfounded and the suspect asked if they were Japanese or Korean. When one of them replies, “I’m Korean,” the suspect says, “I thought so. Kim Jong-un’s boyfriend.”
As the diner nervously laughs, the suspect says he is a “slave master” and uses homophobic slurs.
After that, the suspect says, “Let’s meet outside.”
San Ramon Police Chief Denton Carlson said on social media Sunday afternoon that police were seeking information about the suspect, posting a photo of a man wearing a silver Mustang with a Florida plate.
On Monday, the chief said Clare will be booked to Martinez’s Contra Costa County Jail on suspicion of a hate crime.

Carlson said in a social media post on Monday, “Thank you to everyone who has provided information related to racist and homophobic incidents over the past few days.
Details on the matter will be announced at a later date, he said.
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