COLUMBUS, Miss. (WTVA) - A judge sentenced Robert Beck to 30 years in prison for shooting a manager at the Cracker Barrel restaurant in June 2018.
Columbus Police Chief Fred Shelton said Beck went into the restaurant looking for his girlfriend who worked there.
The shooting happened at the Columbus restaurant.
The manager was wounded during the shooting incident.
The victim made her boss aware of the domestic situation and the manager was shot protecting the victim, Shelton said. The manager was transported to the hospital.
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