A Texas gas station clerk was arrested after opening fire on a man who broke a jar of salsa amid a verbal altercation, according to authorities.
Deputies with Constable Mark Herman’s Office responded on Friday to a disturbance call in Atascocita, Texas.
When they arrived, deputies identified Breanna Miranda as the suspect.
An investigation into the case revealed what happened leading up to the shooting.
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Miranda told a man he was not allowed in the store. This prompted a verbal altercation, and the man then broke a jar of salsa inside the store before walking outside.
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She proceeded to follow the man outside, grabbed a handgun from her vehicle and returned to the store.
Miranda then walked back outside and confronted the man again before shooting at him twice.
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She was taken into custody and charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. She was booked into the Harris County Jail. Her bond was set at $20,000.