The Brooklyn McDonald’s laborer who was shot in the neck in a disagreement over chilly fries has kicked the bucket, cops declared Friday.
Matthew Webb, 23, “surrendered to his wounds” after he was shot Monday outside the Bedford-Stuyvesant drive-through eatery where he worked, the NYPD said.
“has been considered a murder,” the power said early Friday, focusing on that “the examination stays continuous.”
Michael Morgan, 20, has previously been accused of endeavored murder and criminal ownership of a stacked gun for shooting Webb out of frustration at his mother getting served cold fries.
He is supposed to have to deal with updated manslaughter penalties, examiners told a trial Thursday, even before Webb’s passing was affirmed.
Webb was toiling at the Fulton Street eatery on Monday evening when Morgan’s mom, Lisa Fulmore, complained to workers that her fries were cold and asked to speak to a manager.
When the workers began laughing at her, Fulmore was FaceTiming with Morgan, who came to the restaurant and got into a fight with Webb that spilled out onto the sidewalk.
Morgan punched Webb in the face and when he got back up, he pulled out a gun and blasted him in the neck, prosecutors alleged.
His mom later told the police that her son told her “he gotta do what he gotta do.”
The suspect’s girlfriend, Camellia Dunlap, has also been charged with weapons possession for allegedly handing Morgan the gun. She was arraigned later on Wednesday and held on $50,000 cash bail, after prosecutors said she admitted to possessing the gun.
Morgan was also charged with an earlier murder after allegedly confessing during questioning about the McDonald’s shooting.
He allegedly killed Kevin Holloman in October 2021.