McDonald’s employee accused of murdering woman


UPDATE – 5:45 PM: Authorities have identified the woman shot at a Hendersonville McDonald’s as 30-year-old Jacqueline Marie Reed of Johnson City, Tennessee. Previous story A North Carolina McDonald’s employee shot and killed a woman involved in a disturbance. The restaurant will be charged with murder, police said. Alison Justus of the city of Hendersonville said Sam Antwan Ivey, 35, was charged with second-degree murder after the incident Monday morning. Justus said the incident began just before 11 a.m. at the McDonald’s restaurant, located at 1909 Four Seasons Boulevard. When officers arrived, they found a woman suffering from a gunshot wound, and she was pronounced dead at the scene, Justus said. The woman who was shot dead could not be immediately identified. (The video above aired on WYFF News 4 at noon.) During their investigation, Justus said detectives learned that the victim, a 30-year-old woman, and another woman were in a room. Argument at a bus stop near a McDonald’s restaurant. He said the other woman walked into the restaurant to separate herself from the victim, who had followed her into the restaurant. More News (Story continues after link.) Earthquake tremors were felt in SC city on Monday morning. 2 Powerball tickets worth $50,000 were sold in SC. ‘A lot of history and a lot of mystery’: The story of the tunnels under the upstate city A McDonald’s manager separated the women, and the victim left the restaurant only to return moments later, where she met the manager and Ivey , who was a McDonald’s employee. Justus said that during the disturbance, the victim reached out and touched Ivey, who then shot the victim with a concealed handgun. She said Ivey then fled the scene in his vehicle. A school resource deputy at Edneyville Elementary School was aware of the McDonald incident and believed that Ivy had a child who attended the school. When Ivey arrived at the school, deputies immediately apprehended him in the school parking lot, Justus said. He said the school immediately went into “secure holding” per their standard response protocols, and Ivey was taken into custody without incident. Justus said detectives do not believe the suspect intended to cause damage to the school. Ivey was taken to the Hendersonville Police Department for questioning and booked into the Henderson County Detention Facility. He faces an additional charge of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. Ivey is being held without bond. According to Justus, the incident is still under investigation, and additional charges are expected. Police said they did not know much about Reed. She said she had been in the city for about four days. The chief said they have received several calls about Reid’s erratic behavior since his arrival.

Update – 5:45 pm:

Authorities identified the woman shot at a Hendersonville McDonald’s as Jacqueline Marie Reed, 30, of Johnson City, Tennessee.

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A North Carolina McDonald’s employee who shot and killed a woman involved in a disturbance at the restaurant will be charged with murder, police said.

Sam Antwan Ivey, 35, was charged with second-degree murder after the Monday morning incident, Allison Justus of the city of Hendersonville said.

Justus said the incident began just before 11 a.m. at the McDonald’s restaurant located at 1909 Four Seasons Boulevard.

When officers arrived, they found a woman suffering from a gunshot wound, and she was pronounced dead at the scene, Justus said.

The woman who was shot dead could not be immediately identified.

(The above video aired on WYFF News 4 at Noon.)

Justus said that during their investigation, detectives learned that the victim, a 30-year-old woman, and another woman were arguing at a bus stop located near a McDonald’s restaurant.

He said the other woman walked into the restaurant to separate herself from the victim, who had followed her into the restaurant.

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A McDonald’s manager separated the women, and the victim left the restaurant to return a short time later, where she was met by the manager and Ivey, who was a McDonald’s employee.

Justus said that during the disturbance, the victim reached out and touched Ivey, who then shot the victim with a concealed handgun.

She said Ivey then fled the scene in his vehicle.

A school resource deputy at Edneyville Elementary School was aware of the McDonald incident and believed that Ivy had a child who attended the school.

When Ivey arrived at the school, deputies immediately apprehended him in the school parking lot, Justus said.

He said the school immediately went into “secure holding” per their standard response protocols, and Ivey was taken into custody without incident.

Justus said detectives do not believe the suspect intended to cause damage to the school.

Ivey was taken to the Hendersonville Police Department for questioning and booked into the Henderson County Detention Facility.

He faces an additional charge of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.

Ivey is being held without bond.

According to Justus, the incident is still under investigation and additional charges are expected.

Police said they did not know much about Reed.

He said that he has been in the city for about four days.

The chief said he has received several calls about Reed’s erratic behavior since his arrival.

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