Four People Hurt After Shooting in New York State Denny’s
This is certainly not what anyone is expecting when they're trying to enjoy a meal out with family and friends. Syracuse.com is reporting that a man allegedly opened fire at a Salina, New York Denny's restaurant.
Police say the shooting happened early Sunday when a man entered the restaurant and shot at a group of customers and employees. According to Syracuse.com, two customers were shot and taken to Upstate University Hospital with non life threatening injuries. Two others were injured with injuries not related to the actual shooting.
Police say the shooter escaped and hasn't been caught. Several witnesses say the suspect is a black man in his 20s, around 5’7” and 180 pounds.
UPDATE: CNY Central reports that 24 year-old Justus Homes was arrested Sunday night. Police say he had had an argument with his girlfriend, though it is uncertain if that is what lead to the shooting. CNY reports that he's been charged with attempted murder, assault, menacing and criminal use of a firearm.
No motive has been given as of now for what sparked the shooting.