MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) - The search is over for a Theodore man accused of shooting into a crowded fast food restaurant.
According to jail records, Darrin Gaddis turned himself into the Mobile County Sheriff’s Office around 7 p.m. Tuesday, September 24.
Mobile police had been looking to re-arrest the 23-year-old in connection to a shooting outside a McDonald’s in the Tillman’s Corner. The incident happened on Sunday, September 15.
Police said he fired nearly 20 shots at the crowded restaurant after getting into an argument with customers in the drive-thru. Investigators said one customer was hit in the legs and a bullet grazed another man’s belt.
Gaddis was arrested and charged with assault and shooting into an occupied building but bonded out of jail shortly afterwards. After reviewing the case, Mobile County District Attorney Ashley Rich decided to upgrade the charges to attempted murder.
Police say there may also be a second shooter in the case. The investigation is ongoing.
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