The increased violence in USA continues as a customer opened fire on a cashier over his face mask.
COVID-19 restrictions have created a situation of citizens being frustrated with conditions which causes people to get into altercations in the public. A recently published figure placed the number of mass shootings to occur in the country this year at 272 which Fox News “The Five” reported.
The crime wave continued in Decatur, Georgia as reports came in of a supermarket cashier being declared dead. An off-duty sheriff’s deputy is injured after gunfire erupted over a face mask dispute in a grocery store. Law enforcement officials say a male customer pulled out a gun after he “got into an argument with a cashier about his face mask.”
According to the Georgia Bureau of Investigation via CNN, the police will issue arrest warrants for Tucker. The investigation is still ongoing at this time. The incident is said to have occurred on Monday (June 14) around 1:10 pm at the Big Bear Supermarket in Decatur when a man identified by authorities as 30-year-old Victor Lee Tucker, Jr. was checking out items and got into an argument with a cashier who requested he put his mask on.
“Tucker left the store without making his purchase, but immediately returned inside,” a statement from the bureau read. “Tucker walked directly back to the cashier, pulled out a handgun and shot her.”