Group Attack A Mother With Her Child In A Walmart Parking Lot - Immediately Regret It

Police arrested a suspect in a Walmart attack that erupted into gunfire. The suspect was out on parole for involuntary manslaughter and drug convictions.

Arthur Fred Wyatt III, 27, and accomplice John W. Simmons III, 28, attacked a woman with a baby in a Walmart parking lot as she got into her car. Good Samaritans rushed to the mother's assistance.

One good Samaritan was injured by a suspect; the Iraq War veteran, 33, was rushed to the hospital in serious condition.

Simmons was shot and killed in the scuffle with another good Samaritan who had a licensed firearm.

Wyatt fled but was later tracked down by authorities. He previously served a sentence for manslaughter, drugs and parole violations. He's been charged with attempted first-degree murder, attempted aggravated kidnapping and attempted aggravated robbery.

Source: Fox 4 KC
Photo: Mad World News

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