Georgia Police Arrest a Man on a Drive-Via Argument |  State information

JEFFERSON, Georgia (AP) – A Stone Mountain man was arrested after police said he shot and killed two fast food workers in northeast Georgia on Thursday.

Jefferson Police announced the arrest of 26-year-old Devonte Watts on Friday. According to police, Watts has been charged with grievous bodily harm, grievous bodily harm, possession of a gun by a convicted felon, and possession of a gun during a crime.

According to police, Watts got into an argument with a clerk after ordering food from a McDonald’s near Interstate 85 in the drive-through. Police say Watts then spat on the clerk. The worker then went outside to confront Watts, who fired a shot as he drove away.

Jefferson Police Chief Joe Wirthman told WDUN-AM that the bullet hit the first employee in the arm and a second employee trying to calm the dispute. The first employee was taken to a Gainesville hospital.

Watts was jailed without bail in Jackson County late Friday, according to records. It is unclear whether he has a lawyer to represent him.

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