An armed man accused of holding a number of folks hostage at a Denver restaurant was arrested round 1:30 a.m. Monday.
On Sunday at 8:30 p.m., Justin Shayne McBride, 46, allegedly falsely imprisoned a number of folks at The Pig & The Sprout restaurant, positioned at 1900 Chestnut Place in Denver’s Union Station neighborhood.
McBride carried a rifle in a case into the restaurant, based on a possible trigger assertion. He then allegedly walked over to the bar and took the rifle out of the case. The restaurant supervisor, who noticed this because it was occurring, yelled for purchasers to go away the restaurant. In line with the possible trigger assertion, McBride went upstairs as folks fled out of the restaurant, and the purchasers on the higher flooring hid themselves within the worker locker room.
As he went upstairs, McBride ate meals and drank liquor, based on the possible trigger assertion.
When he reached the second flooring, he tried to open the door to the locker room and “started to enter the room with the muzzle of his gun pointing first,” based on the possible trigger assertion. The folks inside pushed the door shut and began putting gadgets in entrance of it to forestall McBride from coming into.
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