California man arrested in attack on Parma Chuck E. Cheese employees

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Jahmeel Rashad Green (Photo Credit: Parma police)

Jahmeel Rashad Green (Photo Credit: Parma police)

PARMA, Ohio -- A California man has been arrested in a brutal attack that injured several workers at a Chuck E. Cheese restaurant.

According to Parma police, Jahmeel Rashad Green, 22, of San Diego, surrendered to police Tuesday morning. He faces charges of felonious assault and aggravated riot.

Parma police have charged four other suspects in connection with the incident.

The incident happened at just after 7 p.m. on March 8. Several employees of the business had been attacked and injured by a group of males who were attending a birthday party there. All of the offenders fled the scene before police arrived.

Officers learned the attack happened when a female patron complained to store employees about a photo booth machine not working.

A manager reportedly told her she would have to wait, and one of the males from the party then followed the manager into the kitchen, threatened to kill him and then attacked him.

The manager was beaten and struck on the face and head. Other workers intervened and were then attacked by other patrons. A total of six employees were injured, and two of them seriously.

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