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Man shot in Burger King parking lot

September 29, 2003

Albany -- An Albany man is robbed shot and during an argument outside a Burger King restaurant. 21 year old Cleveland Kegler was shot in the chest and the hip Saturday morning. 

30 year old Marcelle Santiago and 20 year old Fabienne McClendon were arrested. Kegler said the three were riding in a car, when they began arguing. They stopped in the Burger King parking lot, where Kegler was shot and robbed.

Lt. Kenn Singleton of the Albany Police Department said "Witnesses stated they saw him arguing with another subject. Then the next thing they know the subject ran back into the store saying that he had been shot. The witnesses say they did hear something, but they thought it was a firecracker."

Kegler has been released from the hospital. Santiago and McClendon were arrested shortly after the shooting in a mobile home in the Paradise Village Trailer Park on U.S. 19.

posted at 4:28 PM by jimw@walb.com

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