Customer Fatally Shoots Cashier in Argument Over Mask at Georgia Supermarket – The New York Times

Victor Lee Tucker Palmetto man shoots Decatur cashier dead face mask (https://scallywagandvagabond.com/2021/06/victor-lee-tucker-jr-palmetto-georgia-man-kills-decatur-cashier-face-mask-dispute/)

A customer who argued about wearing a face mask at a Georgia supermarket shot and killed a cashier on Monday and wounded a deputy sheriff working off duty at the store, law enforcement officials said.

The gunman was shot by the deputy, and both are expected to survive their injuries, according to law enforcement officials.

A suspect, identified as Victor Lee Tucker, 30, of Palmetto, Ga., was arrested by DeKalb County Police Department officers “as he was attempting to crawl out the front door of the supermarket,” according to a statement from the Georgia Bureau of Investigation.

2 thoughts on “Customer Fatally Shoots Cashier in Argument Over Mask at Georgia Supermarket – The New York Times”

  1. This attitude is rampant across America…this nonsensical, violently selfish refusal to be kind to others. I hated the damned mask but I got over it. If my niece can wear one in a 14 hour day in an ER to intubate Covid patients I can wear one to a store. I do not understand my fellow Americans.

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