A man who had his cell phone stolen at gun point at a downtown Burger King followed the robber outside and shot him with a concealed weapon, City of Miami police report.
Friday at 1 p.m., Travis Trenard Harris, 36, allegedly walked into a Burger King at 17th and Biscayne Boulevard, pointed a black revolver at a family of three, and said "no disrespect but I need to take these phones," according to the arrest report.
Harris reportedly grabbed the phones and walked to his silver pick-p truck outside.
Police say one of the victims opened the front door of the restaurant and fired several rounds at Harris before he got inside the vehicle.
A witness saw what occurred, and followed Harris and his accomplice in their truck and directed police to their location.
Police say Harris suffered a gunshot wound to his leg and was transported to Jackson Memorial Hospital.
Three hours earlier Harris allegedly approached a woman on the street at Second Avenue and 26th Street, struck her across the face, and stole her iPhone.
Police say he got away in the same silver truck. The driver has been identified as Ramon Smalls, 38.
Smalls was charged with one count of strong arm robbery for the morning incident and possible pending charges for the afternoon incident.
Harris was charged with three counts of armed robbery with firearm.