According to the alleged victim, when he showed up to work at the store on Tuesday morning Sweatt was standing in an alley near the store. The victim told Sweatt that he needed to leave, but rather than comply, Sweatt instead allegedly attacked.
The victim said Sweatt tried to punch him so he punched Sweat a couple of times in self defense. He said Sweatt pulled a knife from his pocket so he drew his gun from his holster and held Sweatt at gunpoint until police arrived.
Officers reviewed security footage and saw that it was consistent with the victim’s story, so he won’t be facing any charges for acting in self-defense.