Breanna Miranda Wiki – Breanna Miranda Bio
Breanna Miranda a Texas gas station attendant was arrested after shooting a customer who broke a jar of salsa, authorities said.
Breanna Miranda was taken into custody Friday after the Harris County Precinct 4 Sheriff’s Office responded to a disturbance call at her workplace in Atascocita, the precinct confirmed in a statement.
After arriving, officers learned that Miranda told a customer to get her out of the store. The two got into an argument, at which point the man smashed a sauce jar before leaving.
Breanna Miranda is 22 years old.
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Miranda allegedly followed the man outside and pulled a gun from his car before shooting him twice, FOX News reported. It is unclear if the man was injured in the fight.
Police later booked Miranda in the Harris County Jail on charges of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.
Miranda then followed the man outside and pulled a gun from his vehicle and walked back to the store.
She confronted the customer outside the store and shot him twice, authorities confirmed.
Police were called after reports of a shooting and Miranda was taken into custody and charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.
The suspect is currently being held at the Harris County Jail, where her bail has been set at $20,000 (£17,000).
Cops have not disclosed the man’s condition or whether he required hospital treatment.
The shooting comes just days after a teacher accidentally shot a student after pulling out a real gun instead of a fake one during a ‘bad boy drill’.
Students at South Vermillion County High School in Clinton were attending a law enforcement class led by Vermillion County Sheriff’s Deputy Tim DisPennett when he fired the gun at him.
The male student, who has not been identified, was shot in the classroom and student was rushed to the hospital.
Fortunately, the student suffered non-life-threatening injuries from the accident, which was the second shooting at a police training since October.
Superintendent Dave Chapman said in a statement, “It should be made clear that this was an accidental shooting and that at no time were high school students and staff in any danger or threat.”
Staff and students were told to stay inside the school until 11:45 a.m. while police helped treat the boy’s injuries.
Deputy DisPennett, who has been a part of the team for more than 19 years, was placed on administrative leave following the incident.
Bail for him is set at $20,000.