Police say restaurant workers shot in argument over mayo

Police say restaurant workers shot in argument over mayo

ATLANTA (AP) — A guy who complained there was also much mayonnaise on his sandwich opened fire at an Atlanta sandwich shop, killing one particular personnel and injuring another, law enforcement said.

The shooting occurred all over 6:30 p.m. Sunday at a Subway restaurant hooked up to a gasoline station in downtown Atlanta. Law enforcement explained the gentleman argued with the two employees ahead of capturing them.

“This was a extremely tragic scenario that did not have to happen,” Atlanta police Deputy Main Charles Hampton Jr. informed reporters Monday.

He mentioned a 36-yr-old guy thought to be the shooter was arrested Sunday night after anyone whom law enforcement are not pinpointing supplied them with facts. Hampton said police are not immediately releasing the suspected shooter’s name simply because of the ongoing investigation.

The woman who died was 26 several years outdated. The other female, 24, remained in essential ailment Monday, Hampton stated. The injured woman’s 5-12 months-old son was in the restaurant at the time, and Hampton lamented the trauma that that youngster will have to offer with.

“It’s annoying that we have a 26-yr-old female who is no lengthier with us,” Hampton said. “It frustrates me that we had an person with a firearm who made the decision that was the reply to take care of a conflict over a sandwich.”

“It just breaks my heart to know that a person has the audacity to place a weapon and shoot someone for as very little as much too a great deal mayonnaise on a sandwich,” cafe co-operator Willie Glenn explained to WSB-Tv.