MEMPHIS, Tenn. — A younger man is behind bars after pointing a gun at three girls and escorting them out of a neighborhood quick meals restaurant.
Taurean Moy, 20, is charged with three counts of aggravated assault and one depend of evading arrest after he allegedly pulled a gun on three girls over the weekend.
Three girls entered a McDonald’s within the 2000 block of Union Avenue shortly after four a.m. on June four to order meals, in line with an affidavit.
In response to information, the trio entered the restaurant by an open door, approached the counter and requested to order meals.
A McDonald’s worker informed the ladies to attend and minutes later, Moy, one other McDonald’s worker, got here out of the kitchen holding a gun with a crimson fabric on the deal with, information present.
The suspect pointed a black handgun on the three girls and informed them to depart.
Moy escorted the ladies out of McDonald’s with the gun nonetheless pointed of their route and one sufferer mentioned the gun pointed at her was a gun with a crimson bandana on the deal with, in line with an affidavit.
In response to courtroom paperwork, investigators made a videotaped assertion with Moy, by which he waived his Miranda Rights and admitted pointing the gun on the girls and telling them to go away.
He mentioned the gun had a crimson shirt on the deal with.
Moy later mentioned that he adopted them to the McDonald’s exit and his actions had been captured on video surveillance.
He’s due in courtroom June 6 and his bail has been set at $25,000.
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