A woman killed a Burger King employee because her order took too long to deliver
A Florida woman was angry that her Burger King order took too long when “her man” returned to a fast-food restaurant, where he shot and killed a newly hired employee after requesting a fight.
The worker was pronounced dead in the hospital
Desmond Armond Joshua, 22, was rushed to a nearby hospital where he was pronounced dead.
Charges for the crime
The Orange County Sheriff’s Office said 37-year-old Kelvis Rodriguez-Tormes was charged with first-degree murder with a firearm, destroying evidence, and possessing a firearm from a convicted criminal.
The accident happened around 19:30. MEPs said Saturday. Witnesses said the restaurant was popular, which meant that customers had to wait longer than usual for their orders, even along the way. According to witnesses, a woman got out of her car, screaming that “her man” would come back and take care of everything. The employee returned $ 40 and asked her to leave, the affidavit said.
The woman strangled the employee
The woman driving a black sedan left the parking lot and returned with a white truck driven by a man named Rodriguez-Tormes, who asked Joshua to fight him, then put it on his head and started to suffocate.
Rodriguez-Tormes returned to his truck and disappeared, as did the woman in the black sedan. She was not identified, but Orange County MPs said they were interviewed about the accident.
According to the police report, Rodriguez-Tormes reported to investigators that he had dismantled the weapon used in the shooting and that he “placed it in an impossible to find a place”.