Three arrested in Roadhouse Cafe shooting: police

Three people were arrested Wednesday in connection with a shooting at the Roadhouse Cafe over the weekend, police said.

Officers were called to the cafe at 1031 Eisenhower Boulevard on Sunday for reports of gunshots, Swatara Township Police said. At the scene, officers found a victim who had been shot inside the business. Investigators learned that more shots were fired in the parking lot.

Police identified William Darrell Lynch, 30, as the shooter and said they found and arrested him Wednesday morning. At 5 p.m., two others had gone to the police station.

Lynch, Malik Hayden, 26, and Kajah George, 26, are all charged with attempted homicide, aggravated assault, criminal conspiracy, reckless endangerment and firearms violation, according to the police. Lynch is being held in Dauphin County Jail without bond, while Hayden and George were arraigned Wednesday night.

Police have not clarified Hayden and George’s roles in the shooting, but George owns a white 2013 Buick Verano, which matches the vehicle used by the suspects.

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