An 18-year-old Macon man was shot in the leg about 10 p.m. Saturday at the Applebees on Eisenhower Parkway, according to a Macon police report released Monday.
A manager told police a group of people ran into the kitchen at some point, saying a shooter was in the restaurant. He opened a back gate to allow customers to leave safely, according to the report.
A woman told officers that a man was waiting for a table when another man wearing a gray hat bumped him. Soon she heard shots, according to police.
Another witness told police she saw a black man in his early 20s wearing a red sweater and beanie looked like he was about to fight someone and then she heard gunshots, according to the report.
Kenyae Patterson, 18, of Gray Highway, arrived at The Medical Center of Central Georgia with a gunshot wound to the right leg soon after police arrived at the restaurant, according to the report.
No one else was injured in the incident.
Police interviewed Patterson and others about the shooting, which remains under investigation.