The shooting suspect accused of opening fire inside of a McDonald’s in Northwest Miami-Dade on Saturday has been taken into police custody, according to Miami-Dade police.
Police arrested Devin Gibbs, 23, of Miami, on Saturday afternoon in connection with the shooting.
The shooting happened on Northwest 80th Street and 27th Avenue.
According to WSVN-Channel 7, a witness reported a dispute at the counter that escalated after an older man yelled at the suspect telling him his order was up.
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They were "talking stupid to each other, then [the suspect] took out the gun and said, ‘I’ll kill you right now,' ” Wilder Smith told WSVN.
Ledea Phillip, 65, was shot in the left arm, according to Miami-Dade police.
Phillip was taken to Jackson Memorial Hospital, but he refused treatment and left, WSVN reported.
Gibbs was charged by police with aggravated battery with a deadly weapon, carrying a concealed weapon and shooting into a building.
The owner of the restaurant released a statement:
“Our first priority is always the safety of our customers and employees. As this is an active police investigation, we ask that you contact the Miami-Dade County Police Department for additional details.”
The investigation is ongoing.