A Huntsville Taco Bell opened Wednesday morning for the first time since a deadly shooting.
Huntsville Police charged 22-year-old Pete McCullough for the death of his co-worker, Shawn Bone.
Police said it was Monday night when McCullough shot Bone in the parking lot of the Airport Road restaurant after a fight. Bone later died at the hospital.
WAAY-31 spoke to a man who visited the restaurant just hours before the shooting, and said McCullough served him.
"I didn't expect that to happen. But, I mean he kind of had a temper on him that night when he served us," Leotis Allen told WAAY-31.
"I don't know if he was just mad at his job, or something was going on in his life or whatever. I don't know."
WAAY-31 contacted the corporate office for Taco Bell and were told they provided counseling for employees at the restaurant ahead of today's reopening.
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