The Atlanta authorities reported that four Atlanta women had been arrested on Wednesday after getting involved in a fight. According to the police report, the incident occurred just outside a Chick-Fil-A restaurant’s drive-thru and could have ended in tragedy, as one of the suspects brandished a gun.
Atlanta Women Caught on Tape by Chick-Fil-A Customer
On Wednesday, at around 9 a.m., the Atlanta authorities were summoned to the Chick-Fil-A restaurant, located on Bill Kennedy way. The caller told the 911 operator that he witnessed four people fighting outside the restaurant’s drive-thru.
According to several eyewitnesses, including a woman who recorded the incident with her phone, the fight involved four Atlanta women, who arrived at the restaurant in separate vehicles.
The minute-long movie reveals the women getting out of their cars and started screaming at each other right outside the restaurant. At one point, one of them, later identified as 24-year-old Vornshay Redding, pulled a gun and placed it on another woman’s forehead.
The woman stepped back, as Redding can be seen flapping around her arms while yelling at her. Meanwhile, two other women were standing beside Redding’s car, with one of them trying to restrain the other.
After a couple of more seconds of arguing with the woman, Redding opens her car’s door and steps into the vehicle. Upon closing the door, the other woman can be seen spitting at her.
At that point, Redding becomes enraged and attempts to leave the vehicle to confront the woman. However, she manages to slap Redding, who drops her gun. While Redding was fighting the woman, the two bystanders began fighting each other.
The scuffle ended several minutes before the authorities arrived. All four Atlanta women were taken into custody. Redding was charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. The authorities determined that the woman did not fire the gun during the confrontation.
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