Women Open Fire After Assaulting Employees At York County Restaurant
Authorities are searching for three women they believe were responsible for an attack on two York County restaurant employees.
Two employees of the Kochi Japanese Steakhouse on Highway 557 in Clover were allegedly assaulted on Thursday night, according to the York County Sheriff’s Office.
NEED TO ID: Jan. 4 6:20 pm, the pictured females were involved in an assault of two employees at Kochi Japanese Steakhouse, 5360 Hwy 557, Clover. One suspect went to the vehicle pictured and grabbed a firearm. She fired 2-rounds into the air & pointed it at the victims. #YCSONews pic.twitter.com/YArU10Xjz0
— York County Sheriff (@YCSO_SC) January 5, 2024
One of the ladies, according to deputies, went outside to a car during the incident, took out a revolver, and fired two shots into the air before pointing it at the victims.
According to deputies, a different woman assaulted one of the victims after grabbing their hair and throwing them to the ground. It is thought that the suspects drive a white Chevrolet Equinox.
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Three women were dressed as follows: one in a black pantsuit and a pink hoodie; another in a teal and gray hoodie, ripped blue jeans, and white spectacles; and a third in a greenish-colored shirt and blue jeans.
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