Suspect Who Shot McDonald’s Worker Over Cold Fries Confesses to 2020 Murder

The New York man who is accused of shooting a McDonald’s worker on Monday was charged on Wednesday in connection with an unrelated 2020 murder.

The New York Post reported Michael Morgan, 20, is charged with killing Kevin Holloman, who was fatally shot three times in Brooklyn. Morgan is also charged with shooting McDonald’s employee, Matthew Webb, 23, following a dispute with Morgan’s mother about cold fries.

According to the New York Daily News, Morgan was long considered a suspect in Holloman’s slaying, which occurred six blocks from where Monday’s shooting occurred.

On Monday, Webb either got into a dispute or tried to intervene in a dispute involving Morgan’s 40-year-old mother who had complained her fries were cold. At some point, the woman allegedly called Morgan on FaceTime

Morgan reportedly came to the McDonald’s and shot Webb after spotting him outside. Sources told the New York Post that Morgan’s girlfriend, Camellia Dunlap, 18, admitted to being at the restaurant and handing Morgan the gun he used to shoot Webb.

Morgan is charged with attempted murder and weapon possession. Dunlap, who is also accused of fleeing with the gun used in the shooting, is charged with criminal weapon possession.  Reports indicated that Morgan has 13 prior arrests.

Morgan was arrested at the scene, while Dunlap was apprehended hours later.

Webb reportedly remains hospitalized in critical condition.

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