- Illinois barber Deshon Mcadory, 40, charged with first-degree murder for the killing of his customer Christian McDougald
- Prosecutors say McDougald, 31, refused to pay for his haircut at Mcadory’s Maywood, Illinois, barbershop and began arguing with him
- When McDougald followed Mcadory to the back door of his business, the barber produced a gun and shot the customer twice in the chest, killing him
- Mcadory’s business partner Samuel Williams was charged with unlawful use of a weapon by a felon for being in possession of multiple guns at the barbershop
- Mcadory’s lawyer argued that his client shot McDougald in self-defense
A barber from suburban Chicago has been charged with murder for allegedly shooting and killing a customer who refused to pay for his haircut.
The deadly incident took place at around 4pm last Thursday at the Studio 914 barbershop at 914 South 5th Avenue in the Chicago suburb of Maywood.
Deshon Mcadory, 40, the owner of the business, was arrested and charged with first-degree murder in connection with the killing of 31-year-old Christian McDougald.
Mcadory’s business charges around $15 for a haircut, and it is unclear why he and McDougald came to blows over McDougald’s new look.