McDonald's Shooter Arraigned Monday Afternoon - Cleveland 19 News Cleveland, OH

McDonald's Shooter Arraigned Monday Afternoon

Robert Joslin (Victim) Robert Joslin (Victim)
Nathaniel Williams Jr. (Suspect) Nathaniel Williams Jr. (Suspect)

UPDATE: Nathaniel Williams, 22-years-old, is scheduled to be arraigned in court Monday afternoon after shooting a McDonald's worker, Robert Joslin, who was apparently going to propose to Williams' estranged wife. Joslin died from the gunshot wound.

Lakewood, OH - One person inside of a McDonald's on Sloane Avenue was shot and killed Saturday morning around 11 a.m. when a rampage gunman entered the restaurant and opened fire. The situation was a domestic fight that turned deadly.

Police say that 22-year-old Nathaniel Williams Jr entered with a semi-automatic weapon and shot 26-year-old Robert Joslin, a McDonald's employee, in the head before running out of the building. Williams' estranged wife was about to get engaged to Robert Joslin.

Robert Joslin died from the fatal gun shot wound. 

Robert Joslin had stopped into his place of business to pick up his pay check, and grab a bite to eat when he was shot in the head.

Williams then entered a standoff with police and was brought into custody shortly after.

Police tell 19 Action News that the shooter knew the victim and it was a domestic dispute that turned very ugly.

 

 

 

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