Starbucks apologizes to Arizona police after officers were asked to leave because a customer felt unsafe
Starbucks is issuing another public apology more than a year after officers arrested two black men in a Philadelphia store.
This time, though, the coffee giant is apologizing to officers with the Tempe Police Department in Arizona.
In a statement Friday, the Tempe Officers Association said six officers walked into a Starbucks to enjoy some coffee on July Fourth. The group was approached by a barista who told the officers that a customer "did not feel safe" because of their presence.
"The barista asked the officers to move out of the customer's line of sight or to leave," the association said. The officers ultimately left the store "disappoi...