On Monday, an altercation that began as a quarrel over a milkshake at a Chick-fil-A restaurant in Philadelphia developed into a shooting incident.
In the end, a suspect was identified, and a worker who was only 17 years old suffered injuries.
The disturbance that took place inside the Chick-fil-A that is situated on Adams Avenue was the impetus for the decision to contact the police.
when an angry patron, who investigators suspect to have been a Doordash driver, lost his composure and fired a single shot at the business.
According to Captain John Walker, “We are not going to let students who are doing the right thing, working at a job, and working for a corporation that is doing the right thing shoot a gun.” “We are not going to allow anybody here to discharge a weapon for something as little as this,” said the officer.
A worker at a fast-food restaurant suffered a leg wound caused by a shot fired from a 40-caliber bullet.
When there was just one order for a milkshake, there was a little bit of competition for it. The information presented by the police indicates that the individual who shot at people had a desire for more. At one point in the altercation, the driver allegedly drew a gun on himself and placed it on his lap before continuing the assault.
As soon as a manager called all of his employees back into the store, a gun was pulled out, and the subsequent altercation began.
After then, the car allegedly took off at a high rate of speed, according to the reports made by the police. In the end, they were successful in narrowing down the location of the suspected shooter to the 4,000 block of Glendale Avenue.
Walker stated that he was able to “instantly recognize” the man’s pyramid tattoo that had an eye and wings since it was located on the back of his neck. The man’s neck was the place where the tattoo was situated.
To guarantee that the suspect stays in custody at all times, the police have recommended that the office of the district attorney seek a bail sum that is far higher than the standard amount.
It is now believed that the wounded worker will not require any more medical attention.