US: McDonald's worker shot in New York over cold fries
The deceased identified as Kevin Holloman, 23, died from three gunshot injuries at 771 Herkimer St. in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn on Monday, the New York Post reported citing police. Full story on Dynamite News:
New York: A 20-year-old man in New York has been charged with attempted murder after allegedly shooting dead an employee of American fast-food giant McDonald's for allegedly serving his mother cold fries, according to police and media reports.
The deceased identified as Kevin Holloman, 23, died from three gunshot injuries at 771 Herkimer St. in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn on Monday, the New York Post reported citing police.
The shooter Michael Morgan, who is facing charges of attempted murder and criminal possession of a weapon in Monday's fast-food shooting, was also slapped with murder and criminal possession of weapon charges over a killing in October 21, 2020, New York Post reported citing police.
The publication citing police reported that Morgan stormed the McDonald's after his mother began questioning workers about cold French fries. The workers reportedly laughed at her for asking to speak to a manager and later Morgan barged into the restaurant in his mother's defence.Soon after the incident on Tuesday night, Morgan was arrested and charged with the shooting, police said.
The mother of the shooter told in an interview with The Post that her son said afterward he did what he had to do.She described what exactly what led up to the shooting. "I talked to my son with the cops.
My son is just saying that he gotta do what he gotta do and the [victim] came after him and whatever happened, happened,'' said Lisa Fulmore. (with ANI inputs)