Man Accused In Shooting At Waffle House Held On $750,000 Bond

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A man accused of shooting another at a north side restaurant was ordered held on $750,000 bond on Thursday morning.

Desean Tyson allegedly shot a gun, striking Terrence Wray in the torso, during an argument that started inside the Waffle House, located at 1050 E. Dublin-Granville Rd., on April 18, 10TV's Shayla Reaves reported.

Investigators said that Wray was not involved in the argument, which spilled into the parking lot, and that he was struck as he tried to drive away from the scene.

Wray was shot twice in the torso, Reaves reported.

After a six-day investigation, police tracked down and arrested Tyson, 31, in Newark. Investigators said that it was unclear if he worked alone.

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