Surveillance video captures suspects in NYC Burger King shooting


Surveillance video captured the moment a masked gunman blew up his weapon at Burger King in New York City, where he shot and killed a teenage cashier early Sunday morning.

The New York City Police Department (NYPD) has released a video that shows a gangster busting his weapon behind a counter at a fast-food establishment in East Harlem.

Another male client, wearing a black robe and a masked killer pistol, whipped him, punched the female manager and fired 19-year-old Crystal Baron-Neves with $ 100. New York Post.

Manhattan DA: ‘I don’t understand pushback’ for short sentences for violent criminals

Barron-Nieves was pronounced dead at the Metropolitan Hospital, where she was taken after being shot in the torso, police said.

Byron-Nieves had been a cashier at Burger King for only three weeks and had already requested a day shift because his family was afraid to stay up all night.

Manhattan Borough of New York City On November 1, 2021, a New York City police car was pictured amid the epidemic of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Manhattan, New York.
(LOVEBYLIFE / Carlo Allegri)

Her mother, Christy Neves, told a New York Post translator in Spanish that the girl was afraid of her safety because she was young and “she has more than 50 homeless people in front of the store.”

De Blasio doubled down on his decision not to hire more cops amid a surge in crime

Nieves said she felt guilty because her daughter was scared but encouraged to go to work that day.

“She was not entitled to step down while working at Burger King,” a police source told The New York Post.

New York, New York (iStock)

New York, New York (iStock)
(IStock)

Crime Stoppers is offering a $ 3,500 reward for information leading to the arrest of the suspect.

Murder has increased in New York City in recent years. There were 318 murders in 2013, but that number jumped to 437 last year and 479 murders by December 26 of 2021, according to the NYPD Data.

New York City’s rising homicide rate reflects a nationwide trend, as several major US cities set records for murders in 2021.

Related Articles

A Detroit man has been released on a 10% bond on charges of setting fire to a pregnant girlfriend

NewYou can listen to LBL articles now! Bond posted by man accused of burning petrol over his pregnant girlfriend Detroit, Michigan.Devonne Marsh...

Brian Cage’s AEW contract is set to expire soon

Brian Cage entered AEW after a good run at Impact Wrestling. His push never materialized at AEW as many thought. For...

Alex Murdog accused of stealing more than $ 8.5M as new indictments filed

Alex Murdog, one of South Carolina's leading lawyers, is now facing a total of 71 charges and more than $ 8.5 million from...

Latest Posts

A Detroit man has been released on a 10% bond on charges of setting fire to a pregnant girlfriend

NewYou can listen to LBL articles now! Bond posted by man accused of burning petrol over his pregnant girlfriend Detroit, Michigan.Devonne Marsh...

Brian Cage’s AEW contract is set to expire soon

Brian Cage entered AEW after a good run at Impact Wrestling. His push never materialized at AEW as many thought. For...

Alex Murdog accused of stealing more than $ 8.5M as new indictments filed

Alex Murdog, one of South Carolina's leading lawyers, is now facing a total of 71 charges and more than $ 8.5 million from...

The number of WWE SmackDown viewers is rising this week

WWE continues the Royal Rumble with SmackDown this week. How did viewers turn out to see the show from Nashville?Click here for...

How to get help: The Utah Crisis Hotline answers a record number of calls in 2020-2021

Utah's suicide crisis hit record high annual call volume in hotline resource history, according to one Annual Report Released this week...