Man Sentenced to 35 Years for Shooting at Clyde’s Restaurant

A man was sentenced Friday for a 2022 altercation and shooting at the Clyde’s of Chevy Chase restaurant.

David Lee Brown III, 30, of Washington D.C., was sentenced to 55 years in prison with all but 35 years suspended plus five years of supervised probation after release, according to the Montgomery County State’s Attorney’s Office. (MCSAO).

In September, he was found guilty for attempted voluntary manslaughter, first-degree assault and use of a handgun.

According to MCSAO, an altercation between Brown and a woman began Nov. 14, 2022 at the restaurant. People came to the woman’s defense and a physical altercation started.

Brown pistol-whipped a male victim, and shot a man. The shooting was outside, according to MCSAO, but the fight continued inside, “sending employees running for cover.”

Police previously said that victims were taken to a hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.

Photo via MCSAO.

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