20-year-old Travan McConnell was arrested on Saturday on charges of attempted murder and aggravated assault.

COLUMBUS, Ohio – A man is accused of shooting in a Roosters Restaurant in North Columbus last month.

20-year-old Travan McConnell was arrested on Saturday and charged with one count of attempted murder and seven counts of aggravated assault.

Charges were filed as a result of the April 12 shooting when a waitress shot at Roosters on East Dublin-Granville Road.

Records from the Franklin County Municipal Court state that McConnell contacted a man in a restaurant by phone. As soon as he learned that the waitress was inside, McConnell drove another man to the restaurant.

Court records say a third man fired several shots at the restaurant, hitting a waitress.

She was taken to Riverside Methodist Hospital due to non-life-threatening injuries.

McConnell is currently being held in Franklin County Jail.

The Roosters restaurant on East Dublin’s Granville Road closed late last month due to recent shootings in the area.

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