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    The Brooklyn McDonald's employee shot over cold french fries died of his wounds, authorities said Friday. Matthew Webb, 23, succumbed to injuries he received after he was shot for allegedly making fun of a woman who was given cold fries more than once, according to a report. Webb's death "has been deemed a homicide," the NYPD announced. MOTHER OF MAN WHO ALLEGEDLY SHOT MCDONALD'S WORKER OVER COLD FRIES GOES AFTER VICTIM Michael Morgan, 20, and his girlfriend, Camellia Dunlap, 18, are both facing charges related to the shooting. Morgan was charged with criminal possession of a weapon and attempted murder, and Dunlap was charged with two counts of criminal possession of a weapon, authorities said. The former is now expected to face upgraded homicide charges, the report noted. Morgan's mother, Lisa Fulmore, said the incident took place after Webb and other McDonald's employees made fun of her complaining over being served cold fries. Fulmore, 40, told Morgan what happened, and he came inside the McDonald's. "He was like, 'I'm coming in,'"...
    Fulmore's 20-year-old son, Michael Morgan, told his mother that he was going to come down to the McDonald's. The mother allegedly told her son, "No, don’t come to McDonald’s because I don’t want you to get in trouble." Morgan told the McDonald's cook to "come outside" to settle the dispute over the cold fries, but he stayed inside the fast-food restaurant. Fulmore alleged, "The next thing you know, maybe like 10 minutes later, you hear a gunshot. So I ran to the door. I said, ‘Who’s shooting?'" A person replied, "Your son." Prosecutors said that Morgan punched the victim in the face, then shot the McDonald's employee when he got up. McDonald’s employee Matthew Jeremiah Webb had been shot in the neck and was lying on the sidewalk near the fast-food establishment, bleeding profusely. Webb was rushed from the crime scene to Brookdale Hospital. Webb, 23, has been in critical condition since the shooting on Monday. Brooklyn Assistant District Attorney Luis Paternina said Webb is brain-dead and currently on life support. She added, "The family now...
    The mother of a 20-year-old man who allegedly shot a McDonald's employee in the neck during an argument over her cold fries claims it was self-defense and says she doesn't know why he had a gun on him.  Michael Morgan, 20, was taken into custody shortly after the Monday evening shooting outside a Brooklyn McDonald's that left 23-year-old Matthew Webb clinging to life.  Morgan was charged late Tuesday with attempted murder and criminal possession of a weapon, police said. But Morgan's mother, Lisa Fulmore, told DailyMail.com that her son was acting in self-defense and that the McDonald's employee was still on the clock when he left the restaurant and went looking for her son following the spat.    The tragic events unfolded around 7 p.m. on Monday shortly after Fulmore and the employees got into a heated argument when she returned to the fast-food joint in Bedford-Stuyvesant to complain about her fries being cold.  Fulmore, 40, said she was on FaceTime with her son who soon showed up at the store and stormed inside to defend his mother despite her pleas to stay...
    A MCDONALD'S employee has been left in critical condition after he was allegedly shot in the neck by a customer during an argument about cold fries. Before the attack, the 23-year-old man was involved in a disagreement with a 40-year-old customer that resulted in her 20-year-old son shooting him outside the New York restaurant, according to police. 4A shooting that took place outside of McDonald's in Brooklyn, New YorkCredit: abc7ny 4Police secure the area and first responders rush to the victim after a shooting reportedly over 'cold fries'Credit: Citizen The McDonald's, located in the Bed-Stuy neighborhood in Brooklyn, was operating business as usual at 7pm on Monday evening when the victim got into an argument with the woman, The New York Post reported. The argument proceeded into the street, and the suspect, the son of the woman arguing with the victim, allegedly pulled out a gun at the storefront and shot the employee, hitting him in the neck, above his jawline. Authorities told The Post that the victim was taken to Brookdale Hospital for treatment of his critical wounds....
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A teen employee was shot during an argument with a delivery driver at a Northeast Philadelphia Chick-fil-A Monday night, according to police. Authorities were called to the restaurant on the 800 block of Adams Avenue in the city’s Lawncrest neighborhood around 8:30 p.m. for a shooting. Police say the 17-year-old boy was shot once in the left leg and is in stable condition. READ MORE: President Joe Biden To Speak At AFL-CIO National Convention In Philadelphia TuesdayPhiladelphia Police Chief Insp. Scott Small says an argument over food escalated into a fight. “The argument was the driver of the delivery vehicle got in an argument because he believed he was supposed to receive more food for the delivery and that turned into an argument with several of the employees. And that escalated into a shooting,” Small said. READ MORE: 2 People Taken To Hospital After Being Rescued From Fiery Crash In West PhiladelphiaSurveillance cameras helped police identify the suspects’ car and tag. They later found the car dumped on Torresdale Avenue. No arrests have been made. Police...
    A teenage Wendy's employee shot in the head over barbecue sauce is learning to talk again. Brian Durham Jr., 16, was shot Thursday while working the drive-thru window at a Phoenix Wendy's. The teenager's father, Brian Durham Sr., said the shooting occurred after an argument over barbecue sauce turned violent, according to a report. CNN MOCKED AFTER ANNOUNCING NEW TEAM DEDICATED TO 'COVERING MISINFORMATION' On Monday, Durham Jr., adored by his family as B-Man, began making a recovery. The teenager was moved out of the ICU, and he is breathing on his own, his father said. Durham Jr. can also follow commands and has movement in his hands and legs, the report noted. Theotis Polk, 27, was arrested and charged with aggravated assault and possession of a firearm by a prohibited possessor after the shooting, police said. "It was senseless, [he] shot a little boy in the head that had nothing to do with the situation, so [he traumatized] him for the rest of his life," Durham Sr. said. The...
    LOS ANGELES-- A Taco Bell employee was fatally shot at a Los Angeles drive-thru on Saturday after reportedly refusing to accept a counterfeit $20 bill. Fox 11 reported that the shooting occurred at about 11 p.m. at the Avalon Boulevard location. The employee, who was a father of three, was described as a 41-year-old man. He was shot multiple times and pronounced dead at the scene, the report said. He was shot in the torso with a semiautomatic handgun. The report said another victim at the location suffered stab wounds.  FILE: The Taco Bell employee was reportedly working at the Los Angeles location to make extra money for his family (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images) (Spencer Platt/Getty Images) The family of the deceased victim identified him as Alejandro Garcia, according to ABC 7. They told the outlet that the dispute was over a fake $20 bill. He was reportedly working the night shift with his son.  FILE: The LAPD identified the suspects as as two males between 20 and 25 years old. (Mel Melcon / Los Angeles Times...
    BEST Buy and Levi Strauss are facing a boycott from some customers for offering employee counseling over Kyle Rittenhouse's not guilty verdict. Users took to social media to slam the companies after news broke that services were being offered to employees who felt distraught over the case. 4Rittenhouse was found not guilty on all counts earlier this monthCredit: Reuters 4Best Buy is facing backlash for offering employees support after the Rittenhouse rulingCredit: Alamy "@BestBuy is actually offering counseling to employees for the jury getting the verdict in the Rittenhouse trial correct. They just lost a long standing customer in me," one Twitter user wrote. Another slammed Levi's: "The race for most woke company marches on and I can no longer buy 501s, which I have worn for 40+ years. These idiots destroy everything." Levi's reportedly offered employees a session with a "racial trauma specialist," while Best Buy offered "mental health resources" and "counseling services." Another Twitter user hoped to hit Best Buy in the wallet for the offer. "@BestBuy just found out about ur memo on the Rittenhouse verdict to ur...
    VAN NEST, Bronx (WABC) -- A car wash employee is speaking out and telling his story after he was shot on the job following a dispute over a vacuum.The incident happened Oct. 17 at B & G Car Wash on East Tremont Avenue.The 26-year-old employee was approached by the suspect trying to vacuum his own vehicle.It should have been a calm conversation, but it became heated when the victim told the man it cost $10 but the suspect argued it was $5."He was pissed because he thought I was trying to make him look cheap," the victim said.The man angrily left and returned 30 minutes later, displayed a gun and shot the victim."He didn't say anything," the victim said. "I did see the gun before he shot me, he pulled out the gun, he yelled 'yo boss man' that's when I looked up and saw the gun."He was struck in the leg and chaos erupted as the suspect took off.The victim is lucky to be alive and is still recovering."Sometimes it's hard to fold my leg or stand for a...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott did not announce any new restrictions but he warned they could be coming without more people getting vaccinated. Mayor Scott advises everyone to abide by Baltimore’s indoor mask mandate “The pandemic is not over” @wjz READ MORE: ‘If You Don’t, You’ll End Up Killing Yourself’: Maryland Coronavirus Survivor, Once Vaccine-Hesitant, Speaks Out — Mike Hellgren (@HellgrenWJZ) August 19, 2021 “As the Delta variant continues to spread, we know that vaccines are the difference between life and death in our communities and for our residents,” the mayor said at a Thursday morning news conference. Scott said discussions are underway on whether to require vaccinations for city employees and to provide incentives for them to get the shot. The mayor is not ready to announce a vaccine mandate for city employees; he will make a decision on whether to do that soon. According to a survey, about 60% of employees self-reported they are vaccinated. @wjz — Mike Hellgren (@HellgrenWJZ) August 19, 2021 It follows the governor’s mandate to vaccinate all hospital and nursing...
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — Police were seeking a suspect Wednesday after a store employee was fatally shot in the Fairfax area of Los Angeles while trying to break up an altercation over a shoe raffle. According to the Los Angeles Police Department, the shooting occurred around 12:20 p.m. on the 7700 block of Melrose Avenue near Shoe Palace. READ MORE: Santa Barbara Surf School Teacher Matthew Coleman Used Spear Gun To Murder His 2 Children, Prosecutors Say When police arrived, they found a male in his 20s suffering from a gunshot wound. The victim was taken to an area hospital where he was pronounced deceased. He was identified as Jayren Bradford. Employees said the Shoe Palace where Bradford worked was having a raffle for a new pair of sneakers when a customer got into some sort of dispute with store employees. Bradford’s colleagues said he heard about the commotion and went to try to break up the fight when all of the sudden someone opened fire, shooting and killing him. READ MORE: Water Main Break Creates Mess In Bel Air...
    A MAN gunned down a Burger King employee after his partner complained about how long the line was, according to reports. Kelvis Rodriguez-Tormes, 37, fatally shot Desmond Joshua, 22, in the parking lot of the fast food restaurant in Orlando on Saturday evening, it's reported. 1Kelvis Rodriguez-Tormes fatally shot 22-year-old Desmond Joshua in a Burger King parking lot, according to reports Desmond was working the Orlando drive-thru when the gunman's partner started to complain about the slow wait, according to the arrest affidavit. She allegedly got out of the vehicle, yelling that she was going to have "her man" come to the restaurant. The angry woman was refunded $40 and an employee asked her to leave, Click Orlando reports. She waited in the parking lot for a few moments in her black sedan before she drove away and returned with a man in a white truck, it's reported. Police said that the 37-year-old suspect challenged Desmond to a fight. A witness stopped the fight when Rodriguez-Tormes put the employee in a headlock and started choking him, according to...
    A Florida man fatally shot an Orlando Burger King employee Saturday night time after his pal’s drive-thru order took too lengthy to finish, in response to a report. Kelvis Rodriguez-Tormes, 37, is accused of gunning down Desmond Joshua, 22, within the car parking zone of the quick meals restaurant on E. Colonial Drive about 7:30 p.m., in response to the Orange County Sheriff’s Workplace. “You bought two seconds earlier than I shoot you,” Rodriguez-Tormes informed the sufferer, who had solely been not too long ago employed, earlier than pulling the set off, WKMG reported, citing deputies. Rodriguez-Tormes had earlier stormed to the Burger King on the behest of a lady who made a scene over an extended wait time on the drive-thru. The unidentified girl was refunded $40 and informed to depart after she acquired out of her automobile and screamed she was going to get “her man” to come back to the eatery, in response to an arrest document. She drove away, however quickly after returned with Rodriguez-Tormes, who focused Joshua, demanding the worker battle him. Rodriguez-Tormes positioned...
    A Florida man fatally shot an Orlando Burger King worker Saturday night after his friend’s drive-thru order took too long to complete, according to a report. Kelvis Rodriguez-Tormes, 37, is accused of gunning down Desmond Joshua, 22, in the parking lot of the fast food restaurant on E. Colonial Drive about 7:30 p.m., according to the Orange County Sheriff’s Office. “You got two seconds before I shoot you,” Rodriguez-Tormes told the victim, who had only been recently hired, before pulling the trigger, WKMG reported, citing deputies. Rodriguez-Tormes had earlier stormed to the Burger King at the behest of a woman who made a scene over a long wait time at the drive-thru. The unidentified woman was refunded $40 and told to leave after she got out of her car and screamed she was going to get “her man” to come to the eatery, according to an arrest record. She drove away, but soon after returned with Rodriguez-Tormes, who targeted Joshua, demanding the employee fight him. Rodriguez-Tormes placed Joshua in a headlock before a witness separated the two, records show....
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