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Shooting at Phoenix Wendy's: Suspect arrested after teenage fast-food worker was shot in head

PHOENIX - A teenage worker was hurt after being shot in the head following a dispute with a customer at a fast-food restaurant in Phoenix.According to Sgt. Vincent Cole with Phoenix Police, the incident happened at a Wendy's restaurant near 19th and Glendale Avenues at around 8 p.m. on Jan.

13."The customer reportedly walked up to the drive-thru window, pulled out a handgun and fired into the drive-thru window hitting the victim working inside the store," said Sgt. Cole.The teenage victim was taken to a hospital in critical condition. He has since been identified as 16-year-old Brian Durham Jr.

In a video posted by members of the family on a GoFundMe page that was set up for medical expenses on Jan. 19, Durham Jr. was seen conscious and using a smartphone.After the shooting, the suspect got into a vehicle and left the scene.

The suspect, who was not taken into custody until Jan. 14, was identified as 27-year-old Theotis Polk.According to the victim's brother, Harris Wonder, Durham Jr. was never involved in the initial argument."He was just innocent.

Wasn't causing no trouble, wasn't looking for no harm. Just wrong place at the wrong time," said Wonder."He's very lucky to be alive right now due to the fact that he was in a confrontation that wasn't for him, and the bullet went through his head. It actually went through and came out the other," said Durham Jr.'s father, Brian Durham Sr. After Durham Sr.

got the phone call, he rushed to the hospital."It was very nerve wracking, hearing that your son got shot because you don't know what," said Durham Sr. "Is his leg shot? Is he dead? Lot of things is racing through your mind."Durham Sr. said just moments earlier, the victim was at the cash register, as his coworker and the

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PHOENIX - A teenage worker was hurt after being shot in the head following a dispute with a customer at a fast-food restaurant in Phoenix.According to Sgt. Vincent Cole with Phoenix Police, the incident happened at a Wendy's restaurant near 19th and Glendale Avenues at around 8 p.m. on Jan.
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