ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) – A 24-year-old man suspected of firing a handgun at pizza restaurant employees has been arrested.
Anchorage police say 24-year-old John Wolf was taken into custody Wednesday afternoon as he tried to steal a car near west 88th Avenue.
Online court documents do not list Wolf’s attorney.
Police say officers Wednesday spotted Wolf exiting a car and tried to question him. Officers found a large knife in the car along with scratches and metal shavings on the ignition.
After Wolf’s arrest on suspicion of car theft, robbery detectives linked him to a shooting Sunday at Milano’s Pizza on west 36th Avenue.
Employees attempted to detain a man whom they said tried to take money from a cash register. The employees stopped when the man fired a shot in their direction.
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