Police looking for suspect connected to Monroeville Olive Garden shooting, facing several charges

MONROEVILLE, Pa. — Police have identified a man that’s wanted in connection to a shooting at the Monroeville Olive Garden, and have a warrant out for his arrest.

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22-year-old Accorie Wilder-Mack is facing charges following the incident.

According to the criminal complaint, three witnesses identified Wilder-Mack as the shooter.

The complaint says that Wilder-Mack entered the Olive Garden and asked to use a discount, after standing inside the lobby for several minutes. He allegedly continued to stay in the lobby for several minutes while vaping, and a manager asked him to leave.

After leaving the lobby area, Wilder-Mack allegedly knocked on the emergency exit door, and got the attention of the victim.

The victim opened the door, and Wilder-Mack asked to use a discount again, from an individual who does not work at the restaurant. The victim told police that Wilder-Mack was on FaceTime with a person, and that the victim recognized the voice of the person on the other line.

Next, Wilder-Mack allegedly told the victim that the known individual was in the car, and directed the victim to the parking lot. The victim allegedly got in the car, and noticed the individual was not in the car.

The criminal complaint says that the victim noticed Wilder-Mack had a gun pointed to his thigh/leg area and told the victim “give me all you got.”

The victim told police that he started placing his personal belongings on the dashboard, and then reached for and got control of the firearm. Two rounds were allegedly fired during the struggle for the gun.

The victim was able to get out of the vehicle, and told police he heard Wilder-Mack tell the driver to “spark him” and then was shot by the driver of the vehicle.

After being shot, the victim allegedly fled into the lobby of the Olive Garden, and Wilder-Mack followed him.

The criminal complaint says the victim and Wilder-Mack got into a fight over the firearm, and the victim tried to hand the gun to another Olive Garden employee. Wilder-Mack then took the gun back and left the restaurant.

Wilder-Mack has been charged with:

  • carrying firearm without a license
  • two counts of criminal conspiracy
  • aggravated assault
  • theft by unlawful taking
  • robbery
  • defiant trespasser
  • simple assault

There is no word yet on the identity of the driver that shot the victim.

Anyone with information on the location of Wilder-Mack should contact local law enforcement as soon as possible.

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