Six Shot at Macon Restaurant; Two Died

| December 14, 2014


MACON — A Macon restaurant was the scene of a deadly attack of gunfire early Friday morning.

Reports from the Macon Telegraph describe a grisly scene of a bloody trail and a glass front door shattered from gunfire.

Two died from the incident with four others being treated for injuries, one through emergency surgery.

Reports state that around 2 AM Friday morning, gunshots broke out in front of Wings Cafe, on Bloomfield Drive south of Eisenhower Parkway in Macon.  One of the two victims killed had a gunshot wound to the chest while the club’s DJ was killed from a shot in the back.

A fight broke out inside the club, according to reports, prior to the shooting, in a statement from Bibb County Sheriff’s Office.  The club’s DJ was leaving the club when the shots occurred, being hit as a bystander to the altercation.  Reports stated he left behind a family, including a special-needs child.

Apparently, this was not the first deadly attack at the establishment and residents have called for it to be closed.  Two others were shot in an ambush during an armed robbery attempt last May, according to the paper.

Police are investigating the incident.

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