TILLMANS CORNER, AL (WALA) - Mobile Police said the investigation is not yet complete into a shooting outside a Tillman’s Corner McDonald’s restaurant.
Authorities arrested one man who they say unloaded at least 18 rounds from his 9 mm pistol after an argument with a stranger.
FOX10, however, learned of a second shooter, who police said they are close to possibly arresting.
MPD spokesman, Cpl. Chris Levy said, “The incident is still under investigation. We have what we believe to be good information about more suspects, however more investigation must be done before it can be presented to the District Attorneys Office for consideration.”
Darin Gaddis, 23, was booked into Mobile Metro Jail and initially only charged with assault and discharging into an occupied building two days after the incident on September, 17.
Shortly after our coverage, charges were upgraded to attempted murder and Gaddis was re-arrested and taken to Metro Jail, where he remains.
Witnesses said the 23-year old appeared intoxicated and started harassing other customers in the drive-thru line.
Gaddis admitted an argument broke out, prompting him to leave the scene and return with a firearm.
Several people were in the vehicle with Gaddis, who admitted he opened fire first.
One man was shot in the leg and another bullet grazed the belt of a father of nine.
Witnesses said several children were inside the restaurant at the time.
Gaddis is expected in court for his preliminary hearing in November.
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