ATLANTA — New particulars are being launched within the capturing demise of a lady at an Atlanta McDonald’s.
Tamanika Woods, a mom of 4, was shot and killed inside a McDonald’s on Ralph David Abernathy Blvd. simply days after Christmas.
Police have been known as to the restaurant on Dec. 27 the place they discovered Woods. She was rushed to the hospital and was pronounced lifeless from a gunshot wound to the chest.
A witness held 19-year-old T’Niya Evans, the alleged shooter, on the scene till police arrived. She has since been charged with Woods’ homicide.
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In keeping with Evans’ arrest warrants, obtained by Channel 2 Motion Information, the incident that led to the capturing began as an argument over lacking meals.
Police say Evans and her sisters confronted a McDonald’s worker about meals lacking from their order.
Woods was a good friend of the employee and got here to her protection, in line with the warrants. In the course of the argument, considered one of Evans’ sisters started arguing and commenced preventing. That’s once they say Evans will be seen in surveillance footage pulling a gun from her waistband, strolling over to Woods and firing a single shot.
Evans is being held with out bond within the Fulton County Jail on costs of homicide, baby cruelty, two counts of aggravated assault and possession of a firearm.
She is scheduled to look earlier than a Fulton County decide subsequent week.
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