Wendy’s worker, 16, ‘shot in head by customer who wanted BBQ sauce’…AND Teen Cashier Murdered at Manhattan Burger King.

BLM has not released a statement.

A TEENAGE Wendy’s employee was shot during a fight over barbecue sauce – and he wasn’t even involved in the dispute, police said.

Brian Durham Jr, 16, was shot in the head on Friday after a customer allegedly opened fire into the drive-thru window of the Arizona fast-food joint and then jumped into the passenger side of a car that sped off, according to police.

On Saturday, police announced they arrested the alleged gunman – Theotis Polk, 27 – and charged him with aggravated assault.

Durham Jr is still alive after hours-long emergency surgery, his dad, Brian Durham Sr, told KSAZ-TV.

“So, the dude on the outside tells him, ‘No, you [have] to pay for it,’ so he started getting louder,” Durham Sr said.

We are primarily funded by readers. Please subscribe and donate to support us!

“The [suspect] got up, out of his car, walked up to the window and just shot, didn’t care about life.”

Former Employee Charged in Killing of Teen Cashier at Manhattan Burger King
Kristal Bayron-Nieves, a 19-year-old cashier, was shot and killed during the attempted robbery at an East Harlem Burger King restaurant over the weekend

Burger King murder suspect yells ‘f–k you all’ at angry crowd as he’s led out of station

NYPD: Winston Glynn, Charged With Murder In Kristal Bayron Nieves Shooting, Used To Work At Same Burger King




Leave a Comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.