Men accused of shooting at women at West Memphis McDonald’s arrested

WEST MEMPHIS, Ark. —Two men accused of opening fire in a West Memphis McDonald's parking lot after two women rejected their advances have been captured.

On Wednesday, West Memphis police identified the men as Dajuan Manns and Warren Manns.

Dajuan Manns was arrested and quickly posted bond. The other man was taken into custody in Memphis and will be taken back to Crittenden County soon.

Police said the men first approached the women earlier this month at Walmart, where they were declined, but the men followed them to the McDonald's on North Missouri Street and tried again.

After being rejected a second time, police said the men fired at the victims' vehicle, striking one of the tires.

"The two girls jumped out of it. A blonde-headed girl and another one and they was jumping around trying to stop the police," said Mike Rhyne, a customer at Howard's Donuts across the street.

Rhyne said the women flagged down officers themselves, but the suspects had already fled the scene.

"The police come over here and asked us did we hear anything and we heard one shot," said Pat Gibson, who works at Howard's.

"There's just some crazy people out here. I mean, to get rejected and then want to shoot at somebody, that's crazy," she said.

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