Teen accused of killing co-worker at McDonald's enters not guilty plea

Source: WGCL

A man accused of killing a co-worker after a disagreement over a missing wallet and cell phone has entered a not guilty plea in the case.

The shooting took place on December 8 at the location on Tara Boulevard in Jonesboro.

According to police,18-year-old Christopher Chambers was working at the restaurant when the suspect, identified as Corey Love, walked into the restaurant, shot him and then fled on foot. Love was also an employee at the restaurant. Police said the shooting was the result of a dispute between the two. Love accused Chambers of stealing his wallet and phone.

Chambers was pronounced dead at an area hospital a short time later.

The Clayton News Daily reports that Love entered the plea last week.

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