NYC McDonald’s Shot Over Cold French Fries Passed Away Days Later

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An 23-year-old Brooklyn McDonald’s worker was shot during a gunfight that a law enforcement source said stemmed from a fight over cold French fries has now passed away according NBC 4 New York. Police identified the victim as Matthew Webb, said he had been shot in the neck and was taken to a hospital in critical condition after the shooting. Police said he died on Wednesday.

An 18-year-old woman was arrested in the case. Camellia Dunlap is accused of criminal weapon possession and possession of a loaded firearm in the Monday evening shooting outside the restaurant. Police officers said the gunman passed the firearm off to her after firing at Webb.

The alleged gunman, 20-year-old Michael Morgan has been charged with attempted murder and weapons possession.

According to NBC 4 New York:

According to a law enforcement source with direct knowledge of the case, Dunlap allegedly argued with the 23-year-old McDonald’s worker about the temperature of her French fries. She supposedly thought they were too chilled.

The fight spilled out into the street and down the block, which is when police said the woman called over another man, potentially Morgan. Soon after, shots were fired, leading to a bloody scene on the sidewalk. Webb was hit in the neck.

McDonald’s released a statement earlier this week condemning the violence.

“The safety and well-being of our customers and employees is paramount to our organization, and violence has no place in or near our restaurants,” McDonald’s restaurant owner and operator Roy Iraci said. “We are praying for a swift recovery and the health of our crew member and will cooperate with authorities as their investigation moves forward.”

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