A DoorDash driver was arrested after he shot a 17-year-old Chick-fil-A employee over a missing milkshake from a food order.
The employee was treated at a nearby hospital for a gunshot wound to the leg.
The shooting happened at Philadelphia’s Crescentville location on Monday night.
Police said Tyquan Austin argued with the employee because a second milkshake was missing from an order he was delivering for DoorDash.
When the employee asked to see a receipt to verify the order, Austin pulled out a gun and put it in his lap, according to police.
The worker summoned the manager, who came out before Austin drove away, police said.
Austin then returned to the restaurant and fired a single shot at the worker from the entrance.
Police said Austin shot the teenager, even after Chick-fil-A employees offered to make the missing milkshake.
“The shooting was unprovoked and endangered multiple people beyond the shooting victim, who was wounded in the leg and is expected to recover,” the DA’s Office said.
Austin’s car was found abandoned in an alley. As police secured the vehicle, a man approached and said he was not the car’s owner but his belongings were inside.
The man was taken into custody by police. Surveillance video helped police make a positive identification of the suspect from a tattoo on the man’s neck.
Austin, 26, faces charges of aggravated assault, possession of an instrument of crime, simple assault and reckless endangerment, the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office said Wednesday.
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