20-Year-Old Man Charged With Shooting McDonald’s Employee in The Neck Over Cold Fries, Now Charged In a 2020 Homicide

Man charged in shooting of Brooklyn McDonald’s worker during cold fries fight (Image: YouTube/Screenshot/PIX11)

According to authorities, the McDonald’s employee who was allegedly shot by a dude whose mom griped about obtaining cold French fries died as a result of his injuries.

On Friday morning, the NYPD revealed the death of Matthew Webb, 23, of Queens., PIX11 reported.

Officials say Webb was shot in the neck outside his fast-food restaurant on Fulton Street just next to Throop Avenue on Monday, reportedly by a guy whose mom had tried to argue with Webb about the freshness of her fries.

According to authorities, Michael Morgan, 20, raced to the McDonald’s after having heard the argument on a FaceTime call with his mom.

According to police, Morgan and Webb engaged in a physical altercation outside the restaurant. According to officials, Morgan reportedly reached for a weapon during the tussle and shot Webb in the neck.

Morgan had been charged with attempted murder and criminal possession of a weapon, prior to Webb’s death. According to officials, his girlfriend, Camellia Dunlap, 18, has additionally been charged with criminal possession of a weapon for reportedly giving Morgan the gun and fleeing with it following the shooting.

Morgan, of Brooklyn, was charged in an unrelated 2020 homicide after his arrest in the McDonald’s incident.