On Sunday, a masked man was fatally shot by a Las Vegas Dairy Queen worker. Equipped with a 3-foot-long samurai-style sword; the victim allegedly tried to rob the restaurant, said the clerk. The suspect received at least two shots, said police and added when they arrived; they discovered his body lying close to the front doors.
According to the details, the incident occurred outside Las Vegas Dairy Queen at around 12:15 p.m. on Sunday when there were no customers at the restaurant. The said Dairy Queen worker fatally shot the suspect, a masked man, who the clerk claimed allegedly tried to rob the restaurant.
The (by far) unidentified man held a 3-foot-long samurai-style sword in his hands, police said. Further, at the time of shooting, there was only one more employee who was busy working inside. Following the incident, the alleged robber was brought to the Sunrise Hospital and Medical Center; after a short while, hospital authorities pronounced him dead.
According to a witness, introduced as Kimberly Phillips-Atkinson, the two young workers would be seen crying on the curb after the sad incident. A Metro watch commander named Lt. Leslie Lane said it was yet to be determined the gun the worker had access to; properly registered. However, added, Lt. Leslie that the employee was not likely to be charged.