VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (WAVY) — Police say a man has died following a shooting at a Hardee’s in Virginia Beach Tuesday morning.
According to police dispatch, the call for the incident came in around 10:30 a.m. Tuesday for reports of shots fired in the 4200 block of Holland Road in the parking lot of the Hardee’s in the Timberlake Shopping Center.
Police confirmed that the man sustained life-threatening injuries, but later died at the hospital.
The victim has been identified as 31-year-old Virginia Beach resident Anthony Johnson.
Several employees of nearby businesses said they heard the shots, and they said more people were running toward the scene, and not away from it, because they wanted to help.
An employee at another nearby business, Frances Shaw, said she didn’t hear the shots, but looked out the door and saw people running toward the Hardee’s. She stepped outside and heard a woman screaming.
“Come to find out she told me it was her husband that had just gotten shot,” Shaw said. “So I stayed there and basically, I was comforting her until the police got there.”
A Ring camera at one business caught the moments following the shooting. That business owner said it sounded like a car crash.
10 On Your Side’s Amy Avery confirmed with police at the scene that “several people” were taken into custody in connection with the shooting.
On Wednesday, police say 31-year-old Norfolk resident Ishaun Tyree Riddick was arrested and charged with second-degree murder and use of a firearm in the commission of a felony.
During his court hearing Friday, a judge denied Riddick’s bond.
Detectives with the Virginia Beach Police Department’s forensics unit took several photos of a white car at the scene, and there were several evidence markers around the car, marking clothes, bags and a shoe. Police said several witnesses were questioned about the shooting.
Police also confirmed a second scene at a nearby Best Buy on Independence Boulevard was related to the shooting. Officers say a vehicle involved in the incident was towed from the second location.
No further information has been released.
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