An argument over pizza led to the weekend shooting on Pittsburgh’s South Side that left a man in critical condition, according to charges filed in the case.
Rafik White, 22, is charged with attempted homicide in the shooting, which happened shortly before 2 a.m. Saturday. Police said they responded to a ShotSpotter alert and found a man with gunshot wounds to his chest.
Four friends who were with the man said they had been walking on South 13th Street toward Bingham Street with some pizza when two men, one of whom was later identified as White, asked them for some pizza, according to the complain
The men, who were sitting on a burgundy Ford F-150, followed the group after they declined to hand over any pizza, the witnesses told police. An argument followed, and White allegedly pulled out and gun and shot the victim, according to the complaint.
Investigators also obtained footage captured by a nearby vehicle’s dashboard camera, police said.