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CrimePolice shooting at Gastonia Buffalo Wild Wings was justified, DA says

18:30  14 august  2019
18:30  14 august  2019 Source:   wcnc.com

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The shooting happened just before 8:00 pm at the Buffalo Wild Wings on Pendleton Pike. "There was a disturbance that occurred inside the restaurant here He said the man police believe shot the victims went to a nearby business and called police to confess. Police have not identified him except

A Gastonia Police officer who shot a man outside a Buffalo Wild Wings restaurant Tuesday night was justified in doing so, the District Attorney said Wednesday.

Gastonia Police were called to the Buffalo Wild Wings on Cox Road a little after 10 p.m. for a man with a gun. According to Gastonia Police, the suspect was shot by a responding officer. The victim was taken to a hospital and is being treated for their injuries.

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Police have not released whether anyone was hurt as a result of this shooting or any suspect information. Bullet holes could be seen in the front glass at Buffalo Wild Wings on Tuesday night. People inside said they were eating dinner when gunshots rang through the restaurant.

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According to the D.A.'s review, the suspect was holding a weapon through the entire encounter despite the officer repeatedly ordering him to drop it. The review showed the suspect threatened to harm the officer and the officer fired his weapon as the suspect raised his.

The restaurant was put on lockdown during the incident.

The officer was not hurt during the incident, police said. Gastonia Police have not identified the officer involved and officials have requested the State Bureau of Investigations conduct an independent investigation of the shooting.

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