MILWAUKEE (WTAQ) - Milwaukee prosecutors said a group terrorized a customer and employees at a George Webb's restaurant when one of the aggressors killed a cook.
28-year-old Delorean Bryson of Milwaukee was charged Monday with first-degree intentional homicide in last Friday's death of 21-year-old Reginald Evans. 35-year-old Oliver Kennedy is charged with aiding a felon. 37-year-old Joycelyn Long and 32-year-old Schalanda Long are both charged with misdemeanor disorderly conduct in the incident.
A criminal complaint said the group appeared drunk when they entered the George Webb's on Milwaukee's east side -- and they started arguing with an older man who was alone at the counter.
Evans left the kitchen and asked the group to quiet down. Authorities said the defendants then began throwing chili and coffee, as female employees helped Evans defend the lone customer.
Bryson and Kennedy left at one point. Prosecutors said Bryson then returned with a gun and shot Evans -- who bled to death on the restaurant's floor.
Police said they quickly identified the suspects, after one of them used a credit card to pay for their meals.
(Story courtesy of Wheeler News Service)