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His bagel didn’t have cream cheese, so he pulled gun on a police chief’s daughter, cops say

While working her job at Starbucks, the daughter of Miami Gardens’ police chief was allegedly threatened with a gun over an order mix-up — the gunman was given his bagel without cream cheese, police say.

Chief Delma Noel-Pratt told Miami Herald news partner CBS4 in an interview that the experience traumatized her 23-year-old daughter.

Police say Noel-Pratt’s daughter was working her shift at the Starbucks at 19401 NW 27th Ave. around 12:05 p.m. on Wednesday when the altercation occurred.

According to an arrest report, Omar Wright, 38, used the drive-thru to order a bagel and pulled ahead after receiving his purchase. As the next customer was being attended to, Wright walked back to the window yelling and screaming about not getting cream cheese on his bagel like he asked, the report said.

Police say Wright pulled out a black handgun, held it in the air and told her “I hate b—— like you and you don’t know who your f—— with, I’m from Carol City.”

While being interviewed, police say Wright told them he had grabbed his gun and put it in the air because it was falling out of his pocket during the argument with the chief’s daughter.

“[He] denied threatening the victim but stated, he knew what he did was wrong,” the report said.

Wright was being held Thursday in Miami-Dade’s Turner Guilford Knight Correctional Center on a $10,000 bond, jail records show. He faces charges including aggravated assault with a firearm.

Miami Herald