by: Jenna Deery Updated:
CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Police arrested three men in connection with a shooting that injured five people Sunday morning at a north Charlotte Cook-Out.
Michael Moore, 18, proclaimed his innocence Friday night as he was escorted into the back of a police cruiser to be taken to the Mecklenburg County jail.
Channel 9 also tried speaking with Rodney Reid, but he was silent when officers walked him out after questioning.
A third man, 18-year-old Demontravis Reid, was arrested and being interviewed by police Friday night.
Police charged them with attempted murder and other assault charges.
Police said the three opened fire at a Cook-Out Restaurant on Sunset Road in north Charlotte about 1:30 a.m. Sunday.
Investigators said five people were shot.
One of the victims said there was a birthday party going on when a fight broke out and the three started firing guns.
He said they may have followed some of the guests to the party.
Some of the victims were still undergoing surgery Friday.
The three suspects have a court date on Monday.
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