A Florida Good Samaritan was fatally shot after he handed cash to strangers at a Gainesville Waffle Home to assist pay for meals.
Craig Artez Brewer, 41, confirmed as much as the Waffle Home on Sunday with $20 payments in hand. As he started handing out cash to prospects, a dispute broke out, studies the Miami Herald.
In keeping with the Alachua County Sheriff’s Workplace, Brewer bought into an argument with Ezekiel Luke Hicks (pictured above) when a feminine pal of Hicks was upset she didn’t obtain any cash.
Hicks began an argument with Brewer that ultimately turned bodily.
A crowd started to collect inside and out of doors of the Waffle Home as a number of witnesses referred to as 911.
In a single three a.m. name, a girl instructed a dispatcher “a combat is able to erupt at Waffle Home as 30 to 40 folks in listed here are getting uncontrolled arguing and combating.”
As Alachua deputies made their option to the scene, a second 911 name reported a person was shot.
“Somebody bought shot,” the person instructed the 911 dispatcher. “Dude bought shot within the head. A giant dude in a inexperienced shirt shot some dude within the head and ran away.”
In keeping with deputies, Hicks, 25, left the restaurant, retrieved a handgun, and approached Brewer.
“Regardless of the efforts of no less than one bystander, the suspect went again inside, approached the sufferer, and a bodily combat began. Because the combat continued, the suspect took the handgun from his pants and shot Brewer within the head,” Alachua deputies instructed the Miami Herald.
Brewer died on the scene.
Hicks was instantly arrested and charged with premeditated first-degree homicide and carrying a hid, unlicensed firearm. He’s being held with out bail at Alachua County Jail.
The Alachua Sheriff’s Division asks that any witnesses with further info name the Felony Investigations Division at 352-367-4170.