Spring Hill Man Charged with Attempted Murder in McDonald’s Shooting
The motive behind the shooting is unknown, Hernando deputies said.
SPRING HILL – A Spring Hill man has been charged with attempted murder in connection with a shooting in the parking lot of a Spring Hill McDonald’s restaurant, the Hernando County Sheriff’s Office said.
Kevin Terry, 19, of Spring Hill, was cut by shards of broken glass caused by the driver’s side car windows shattering during the incident. Terry was taken to a local hospital for treatment of non-life threatening injuries. No one else was injured.
Anthony J. Ficarra Jr., 20, of Spring Hill, was charged with two counts of Attempted First Degree Murder and Shooting into an Occupied Vehicle. Additional charges are possible. He is being held at the Hernando County Detention Center in lieu of a $50,000 bond.
The driver of the vehicle Ficarra was riding in was Joshua A. Faucher, 19. is cooperating with the investigation and has yet to be charged, deputies said.
Hernando County sheriff’s deputies said they were called to the McDonald’s at 2350 Commercial Way in Spring Hill about 1:23 p.m. Tuesday (May 7) for a reported shooting.
Witnesses reported a man riding in a grey-colored vehicle got out of the vehicle and shot at the driver of a cream/beige-colored vehicle in the parking lot of McDonald’s.
When deputies arrived on scene both parties had already left McDonald’s.
While deputies were at the McDonald’s, Terry called 911 from a house on Hanover Court in Spring Hill to report the shooting incident. With Terry’s help, investigators said they were able to identify the shooter as
Ficarra. The driver was identified as Faucher.
Deputies said they found Ficarra at a residence on Copeland Way in Spring Hill where he was taken into custody.
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