BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - UPDATE (5:25 a.m.): The Bakersfield Police Department says 20-year-old Rodrigo Marin has been taken into custody in connection with a shooting at Domino's on Wednesday.
According to BPD, Marin went into the Domino's on Brundage and, after a disagreement, began to forcibly take food. Police say Marin started assaulting employees and a struggle ensued. During the struggle, police say a gun possessed by Marin fell to the floor and discharged, hitting a girl who works at Domino's and Marin.
Marin left the restaurant, but was found later in the area of Buena Vista and F Street.
Marin now faces multiple charges including robbery, burglary and negligent discharge of a gun.
A juvenile girl who works at Domino's on Brundage Lane was struck by gunfire at the business, according to Bakersfield Police.
.@bakersfieldpd said juvenile girl who works at Domino's was struck by gunfire. A 21yo man also had a gunshot wound. Injuries are minor to moderate. Police believe it was some sort of peace disturbance, may had been an accidental discharge. Pic of back of biz. @23ABCNewspic.twitter.com/llIkeX5QBf
Police said a 21-year-old man found nearby also had a gunshot wound.
Bakersfield Police confirmed the 21-year-old was caught nearby. They also added a gun was found behind the business.
.@bakersfieldpd on scene of a robbery at Domino's on Brundage Lane. Sgt. confirmed the "suspect" was caught nearby. They also said a gun was found "out back." A gun appears to be by the right passenger tire of a vehicle behind he business. @23ABCNewspic.twitter.com/JAxJf1sQGH