BATON ROUGE, La. (BRPROUD) — A fired store worker who was seen on video throwing water on a homeless person outside of a Baton Rouge convenience store Monday is facing a simple battery charge.

A spokesperson for Baton Rouge police confirmed the misdemeanor summons was issued to Kasey Weber, 33, on Wednesday.

On Tuesday, the owner of Triple S Food Mart on North Foster Drive said he fired the employee, saying “we do not handle situations like that” in a press conference outside of the store.

Mayor-President Sharon Weston Broome’s office acknowledged the incident and described outreach efforts, namely the services the Behavioral Health Homeless Outreach Team, or HOT Team, provides to the homeless community in Baton Rouge.

The HOT Team consists of Baton Rouge police, East Baton Rouge Sheriff’s Office and behavioral health specialists. Those in need of the HOT Team are directed to call the mayor’s office at 225-389-3100.

After the incident, the HOT Team visited the convenience store to share their resources and services, according to the mayor’s office.

Police are investigating the incident.