Justin Ray Boersma, 19, has been charged with first-degree murder
A confrontation in a Starbucks drive-thru ended with a man being shot dead and a teenager facing a first-degree murder charge.
The teen allegedly cut in front of another driver, which led the driver to pounding on the teen's window and ripping off a door handle.
When the other driver began returning to their car, however, the teen allegedly proceeded to fire shots, killing the other driver.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
The incident happened at a Starbucks in Lake Worth Beach, Florida around noon on Wednesday afternoon.
Justin Ray Boersma, 19, allegedly cut in front of a truck with his Nissan Versa in the drive-thru line, according to witnesses cited in an arrest report.
After the cut-off, a man, Samuel Joseph Rossetti, 31, got out of his black Chevrolet Silverado and walked up to Boersma's Versa.
Rossetti allegedly started to bang on the driver's side window of the car and proceeded to rip the handle off the door before he began to walk back to his own vehicle.
Samuel Joseph Rossetti, 31, was killed in a shooting at a Florida Starbucks on Wednesday
The incident began after Boersma allegedly cut Rossetti off in the drive-thru line
Boersma told detectives later that his girlfriend and infant child were in his car, as well as another friend.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Boersma's girlfriend was screaming 'We have a baby in the car' during the alleged attack, he added.
Boersma allegedly armed himself with a gun and fired three shots at Rossetti before driving away. He told detectives that he was worried about his family's safety and believed Rossetti could be retrieving a weapon.
As he was driving away, witnesses saw Boersma allegedly hit another car with his vehicle. He would later say that he fled so he could call a lawyer before