Tanesha Williams and Diamond Johnson had contended with workers.
Williams and Johnson were detained on Monday after an investigation into the wreck.
After contending with the drive-thru employee, both girls exited the automobile and Williams attacked the employee via the window, according to the sheriff's office.
The group got back into their car and drove to the front of the Taco Bell, where Williams, who had been driving the vehicle, drove toward a bunch of individuals, prior to quitting. She then backed up and drove toward the band again, now plowing to the public and smashing through the front part of the restaurant.
Video of the episode showed several people pitched into the atmosphere by the motor vehicle.
Numerous people were hurt, but none seemed to be life threatening, as stated by the Charles County Sheriff's Office.
Despite significant damage to the automobile, Williams supposedly backed out and fled the scene, the sheriff's office stated.
Williams was charged with attempted murder, first-degree attack, second-degree assault and many traffic offenses. Johnson is charged with attempted murder, first-degree attack and second-degree attack.
They had been off duty at the time of this episode.
Both girls are being held in Charles County Detention Center without bond.