Angel Gomez And 12 Years Identified As Suspect In The Shooting of Fast-Food Employee

According to authorities, a 12-year-old from Texas has been accused of using an AR-15 rifle to kill a fast-food employee during an argument with another man. The other man involved in the altercation is also facing charges in connection with the fatal shooting.

The Keene Police Department has reported that a shooting occurred on Saturday night at a Sonic drive-in restaurant located in the Dallas suburb of Keene. Upon arrival, law enforcement officials discovered Matthew Davis, aged 32, with several gunshot wounds.

The individual was transported to the hospital and subsequently passed away.

Reports indicate that there is a shooting suspect currently under investigation. Further details are currently unavailable.

According to authorities, 20-year-old Angel Gomez was reportedly inside a Sonic restaurant with passengers in his vehicle. As per the police report, an altercation ensued in the parking lot when the individual in question started to behave in a disorderly manner. It was during this time that the individual encountered Davis, an employee of Sonic.

It has been reported that Gomez was urinating in the back of a parking lot when Davis approached him to initiate a conversation.

According to authorities, an altercation occurred during which the 12-year-old suspect, who remains unidentified and was a passenger in Gomez’s car, retrieved an AR-15 rifle from the vehicle and proceeded to shoot. A shooting incident occurred involving Davis.

The area was left by the child and Gomez. After leaving the scene, Gomez eventually came back and was taken into custody by the authorities. According to police, the boy was apprehended at the residence and multiple firearms were confiscated from him.

The two individuals are facing charges of murder.

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