Prosecutors are deciding if charges will be filed after a man who attempted to rob a McDonald's restaurant in Charlotte was shot and killed by a worker.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police say Donte McFadden entered the
restaurant late Thursday night and attempted to rob the restaurant
at gunpoint. Authorities say a worker armed with a handgun began a
shootout in which a female worker was wounded.
McFadden was seriously injured and taken by Medic to Carolinas
Medical Center, where he died overnight of his injuries.
The wounded employee also was hospitalized, but police say her
injuries were not life-threatening.
The employee who shot at McFadden was not injured. Several other
employees were in the restaurant at the time of the shooting, but
none of them was hurt. There were no customers in the McDonald's at
the time of the shooting.
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