DAILYKENN.com -- A 71-year-old restaurant owner was beaten by a male in Troy, New York, police say.
The victim remains unidentified by police but is reportedly the owner of Jimmy's Luncheonette in Troy, New York.
Due to the COVID-19 shutdown, the restaurant refused to serve the suspect. Reports say the male was asked to leave the establishment. Apparently, he became outraged; a possible indication of low impulse control.
"Troy Police report that 39-year-old Shamaiah Davis has been arrested following an investigation into the assault at Jimmy's Lunch in Troy," reported cbs6albany.com.
"Officers say the 71-year-old business owner was assaulted by Davis - after he ordered takeout and she asked him to leave," the report said. "We’re told the attack sent the woman to the hospital with several cuts to her head, which required staples and stitches."
Davis is presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
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