Surveillance video shows North Miami shooting victim stumble onto street

Police say argument inside The Licking restaurant escalated to shooting

NORTH MIAMI, Fla. – Surveillance video obtained Wednesday shows a 24-year-old man stumbling out of a North Miami restaurant and onto the street after he was shot several times.

The shooting occurred Tuesday night on Northwest Seventh Avenue near Northwest 125th Street.

Police said the shooting stemmed from an argument inside The Licking restaurant.

“From what we’ve gathered, there was some type of argument that ensued in the restaurant and then it became physical," North Miami police Officer Natalie Buissereth said. "From there it went out into the roadway, and this is where the victim was shot.”

According to an arrest report, the suspect, Tamario Rolle, 21, was inside the restaurant eating when the victim, who is a Grubhub driver, entered the business and sat at a nearby table while he waited for his order to be ready.

Tamario Rolle, 21, is facing a charge of battery with a deadly weapon in connection with a Jan. 7 shooting at The Licking in North Miami. (North Miami Police Department)

Police said surveillance video shows the two men looking at each other before the Grubhub driver approaches Rolle and starts punching him in the head and briefly putting him in a headlock.


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