Round Fired Through Movie Theater Window

An employee at the concession stand inside was grazed and injured by a bullet fired from outside the theater

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    NBC 7 San Diego

    Sheriff’s deputies responded to reports of a shooting outside a movie theater in San Marcos Friday night.

    The incident happened around 9:20 p.m. in the 1100 block of West San Marcos Boulevard, near the Edwards Cinema and shopping center.

    A lieutenant told NBC 7 the shooting stemmed from a fight that happened right outside the movie theater, possibly in the parking lot.

    One round was fired. The bullet went through a window and grazed a movie theater employee who was inside, at the concession stand, the lieutenant said.

    Round Fired Through Movie Theater Window

    [DGO] Round Fired Through Movie Theater Window
    A fight outside a movie theater in San Marcos ended with a shooting. One round was fired, with a bullet going through a window in the theater. The bullet grazed and injured an employee at the concession stand. NBC 7’s Nicole Gonzales reports.

    The suspects involved in the fight and the suspect who fired the shot fled the scene.

    The employee sustained a minor, non-life threatening wound to the arm and was transported to a local hospital.

    Deputies immediately set up a perimeter around the area and began searching for suspects. At this time, all suspects are still outstanding.

    No additional injuries were reported.

    The movie theater remained open following the shooting, with certain areas roped off for investigation. One screening was stopped because it was close to the section of the theater where the victim was shot.

    Check back for updates on this story.

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