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Police make arrest in Mother’s Day shooting at local McDonald’s

Jontay Perez Naylor, 25, of Killeen, was in the Bell County Jail Monday facing a list of charges following a disturbance on Mother’s Day at a local McDonald’s during which shots were fired into a Jeep in which a woman and her four children were riding. (Jail photo)
Jontay Perez Naylor, 25, of Killeen, was in the Bell County Jail Monday facing a list of charges following a disturbance on Mother’s Day at a local McDonald’s during which shots were fired into a Jeep in which a woman and her four children were riding. (Jail photo)(KWTX)
Published: Jun. 1, 2020 at 10:52 AM CDT
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Jontay Perez Naylor, 25, of Killeen, was in the Bell County Jail Monday facing a list of charges following a disturbance on Mother’s Day at a local McDonald’s during which shots were fired into a Jeep in which a woman and her four children were riding.

Naylor was held in lieu of bonds totaling $322,000 charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, false statement, failure to identify, possession of marijuana, and evading arrest.

He’s also held on a probation revocation warrant.

Officers responded at around 4:15 p.m. on Mother’s Day to the McDonald’s at 1105 South Fort Hood St. where they found a Jeep Patriot that had been damaged by gunfire.

The woman and children received minor injuries from broken glass.

Investigators determined the suspect and the woman were involved in a domestic dispute at a home, police said.

The woman drove off with her children and the man followed in his vehicle, ramming the Jeep repeatedly, police said.

After the woman pulled into the parking lot of the McDonald’s, the man “approached the vehicle, exchanged some words with her and discharged a weapon into the vehicle,” police spokeswoman Ofelia Miramontez said.

Naylor was arrested just after midnight on May 28.

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