A 12-year-old boy is accused of sh00ting and ki!!ing a Sonic Drive-In employee in Texas after a dispute in the parking lot.
In response to Angel Gomez, 20, “being disorderly in the parking lot,” Matthew Davis, 32, a Sonic Drive-In employee, confronted him on Saturday night, Keene police said.
“The argument soon became physical. During the altercation, a juvenile … a passenger in the suspect’s vehicle, retrieved a firearm and fired multiple shots, striking the victim,” according to a statement on Facebook by Keene police.
Police Chief James Kidd, Davis was hit by at least six bullets from an “AR-style 22 rifle,” according to CNN.
Around 9:40 p.m., an officer called 911, and when they arrived, they attended to Davis. He was taken by air to a hospital, where doctors declared him deἀd, police said.
Police said Gomez and the 12-year-old had already left the area.
Gomez came back to the parking lot, where he was arrested. After locating the child, police claimed that they found several firearms when he was taken into custody.
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M*rder charges were brought against Gomez and the minor. Kidd said the child was being held in Granbury, but he had no other information on Gomez.
It is unknown if Gomez has retained legal counsel.
Dallas is located about 45 miles southwest of Keene.
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