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Police: 'Argument over work habits' led to Burger King shooting

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Vincent Brantley (Source: Liberty Co. Sheriff's Office) Vincent Brantley (Source: Liberty Co. Sheriff's Office)
HINESVILLE, GA (WTOC) -

Police say a disagreement between co-workers led to a shooting in a crowded Hinesville Burger King Wednesday night.

Vincent Brantley, 22, is charged with aggravated assault, carrying a weapon without a license and marijuana possession. Police say he shot him his co-worker, 23-year-old Gregory Fine in the arm.

Fine had surgery Wednesday night, but a Burger King manager said he's expected to make a full recovery.

"It apparently started earlier, with an argument over work habits," Hinesville Police Major Thomas Cribbs said in an interview.

Cribbs said Brantley came back to the store with a gun and shot Fine over the counter of the convenience store.

Brantley's bail was set at $22,000.

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