Fla. Man Arrested in McDonald’s Shooting Over Food Order: Report

Stephen A. Crockett Jr.
Devin Gibbs, 23, who was arrested after a shooting at a Miami McDonald’s, which left a man injured
Miami-Dade, Fla., Police Department

A Florida man has been arrested, accused of opening fire inside a local McDonald's after an argument with another man about his food order.

According to the Miami Herald, police arrested 23-year-old Devin Gibbs of Miami on Saturday in connection with the shooting inside the fast-food restaurant.


A witness told WSVN that the suspect and another man began arguing over an order.

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.


According to the Herald, 65-year-old Ledea Phillip was shot in the left arm and taken to a local hospital, where he reportedly refused treatment.

"Gibbs has been charged by police with aggravated battery with a deadly weapon, carrying a concealed weapon and shooting into a building," the Herald reports.


Read more at the Miami Herald and WSVN.

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