A 17-year-old boy was arrested and charged with murder in the deadly shooting of McDonald's in Alabama that killed one and wounded four others on Sunday.
The police have not yet named the Opelika suspect. He is being charged as an adult and is being held in the Lee County Jail with $ 150,000 bail.
He is accused of opening fire at McDonald's in Auburn, Alabama, at 2:30 a.m. Sunday, killing Evan Mikale Wilson of Tuskegee, 20 years old.
Tuskegee man Evan Mikale Wilson, 20, was shot dead in the McDonald's Alabama shooting on Sunday at 2:30 a.m. A 17-year-old man has been arrested on his death. Wilson was represented left and right
Wilson was pronounced dead at the scene by a Lee County coroner.
Four others, a 17-year-old man, a 19-year-old woman, both from Opelika and a 21-year-old student at Auburn University in South Carolina, were injured, according to AL.com.
They were hospitalized with non-threatening injuries.
A 16-year-old boy from Opelika was airlifted to Piedmont Columbus Regional Medical Center with serious injuries.
Police say the shooting near Auburn University in Alabama was not a random act and followed an altercation, according to KCRG. The police have not revealed the details of the argument.
The investigation of the Auburn Police and the Lee County Coroner's Office is ongoing.
The shooting that killed one and injured four took place at a McDonald's on West Magnolia Avenue in Auburn, Alabama. The shooting scene in the photo above
The police recorded the restaurant after the deadly shooting that took place on Sunday
Auburn University launched a campus-wide alert about the Sunday morning shooting
The cops say that additional charges are possible & # 39; if.
Friends of Wilson took Facebook to mourn his loss.
& # 39;I woke up to hear that my dawg was gone. I can not believe this Rest Boy I Love Forever & Always. Save me a place, "wrote a friend.
– EVAN? It's not great bruh Evan. This is a tough question. I'm lost of words at this moment. I can not even believe you're gone. I literally just talked to you and you told me a quick joke about how you were proud of me for going to school. My whole family loves you and we will take you seriously. Lord, please give this strength to the family as they go through this situation. Evan Wilson will be missed, "wrote another friend.
Anyone with information about the case was urged to call the Auburn Police Division at 334-501-3140 or the information line at 334-246-1391.