Disgruntled Taco Bell employee accused of shooting at the Taco Bell
Taco Bell enthusiasts may have noticed a crack in the restaurant's drive-thru window in recent days, a result of a late-night shooting incident over the weekend.
Arrested on Tuesday in connection with the case was Jamarcus Tyshawn Waller, 22. Waller is being charged with two counts of aggravated assault and one count of possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime.
In the process, a Taco Bell manager was "splintered in her face" with a shard of glass.
Officers responded shortly after 3 a.m. Sunday. The victim/manager was interviewed by officers. According to the incident report narrative: "(The manager) stated she was in the drive through area counting a cash register down. (The manager) stated she heard 3-4 shots get fired so she looked around out the window and it splintered her in her face."
Officers also interviewed two male employees, but they both indicated that they "did not see anything."
The following afternoon, the manager walked into the Milledgeville Police Department headquarters on Floyd L. Griffin Street with new information. The manager showed officers a series of texts from Waller, who was one of her employees. One of the text messages from Waller read "I was the one that did that," according to the incident report.
In further texts, Waller indicated that he was upset with the manager. After the manager texted Waller and asked "why the (expletive) u shot at me," Waller replied "cause you pissed me tf off and (another employee) lied on me and you believed that (expletive)."
Waller had no previous jail history at the Baldwin County jail. He was arrested without incident in the Boddie projects.