ATLANTA — An argument between two women outside a southeast Atlanta Chick-fil-A turned violent Wednesday morning, when police were called after reports that one of the women pulled a gun on the other.
Witnesses told police the women got into an altercation at the Glenwood Chick-fil-A at 401 Bill Kennedy Way around 9:15 am.
A few minutes later, police received another call to 794 Eloise Court regarding a dispute. Both women told police they had been involved in the Chick-fil-A altercation. Police said both women also had visible lacerations, and a gun matching the description of the weapon used in the dispute was found in a vehicle.
11Alive's Natisha Lance spoke to the witness who saw the whole crazy scene unfold.
"It was unbelievable," said Georgia State law student Honey Shaw. "That's not something expect to see in a Chick-fil-A or any drive-thru really."
Shaw said she was waiting for her boyfriend in the parking lot of the restaurant when she saw the fight break out.
"I looked up and saw this commotion in front of me," Shaw said. "I was just in shock the whole time you never think you'll see something like that 10 feet away from you."
Shaw said she did get her breakfast, but Vonshay Redding, 24, was arrested a short time later.
Police identified her as the one in the video with the gun. She told police she has an ongoing dispute with the victim. Redding was arrested and charged with aggravated assault, possession of a firearm during commission of a felony and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. She was given a $200,000 bond.
She pleaded not guilty in front of a judge April 26.
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