The McDonald’s worker who got hit in the neck by cold French fries is Brain dead and on life supportProsecutors said Thursday, when a Brooklyn judge ordered his alleged attacker to be held without bail.
He is expected to face 20-year-old Michael Morgan kill fee upgrade of Monday’s Bedford-Stevesant shooting, which allegedly blew up victim Matthew Webb, 23, shortly after Argument about french fries Served to the suspect’s mother, prosecutors said.
“Your Excellency, people are anticipating a murder charge in this case since the victim is currently on life support. The victim was transported to Brookdale Hospital and is brain dead,” Brooklyn Assistant Attorney General Louis Patternen told Judge Inga O’Neill during Morgan’s trial for attempted murder.
“The family now has to make the difficult decision [to take him off life support]. ”
Morgan, who was tied behind his back, looked down during the briefing and did not speak.
Webb was toiling at a Fulton Street restaurant on a Monday evening when Morgan’s mother, Lisa Fullmore, complained to workers that her fries were cold and asked to speak to a manager.
When The workers started laughing at herFulmore was FaceTiming with Morgan, who came to the restaurant and got into a fight with Webb that spilled over to the sidewalk.
Morgan Webb punched him in the face and when he came back, he pulled out a gun and blew him in the neckthe plaintiffs alleged.
The suspect’s girlfriend, Camellia Dunlap, was also charged with weapons possession in connection with the case afterwards He allegedly handed the rifle over to Morgan Prosecutors said before the shooting. She was later summoned on Wednesday and held on $50,000 cash bail, after prosecutors said she admitted to possession of the gun.
Morgan was detained at his home on Monday night and after hours of questioning, he confessed to the shooting and Unrelated murder in 2020 A few blocks from the McDonald’s that succeeded Kevin Holloman, 28, prosecutors alleged.
Prosecutors said Holloman was outside a Herkimer Street building with his cousin in October when Morgan was shot dead.
A few days earlier, Morgan and Holloman’s cousin got into an argument, and when the relative pulled out a knife to chop some marijuana, the suspect ran out of the apartment and started shooting, prosecutors alleged.
Prosecutors said the cousin was not injured but that Holloman was wounded three times and later died at the Interfaith Hospital.
“He was the sweetest kid. He wasn’t like those little thugs running around here. He was very polite. He was always chasing girls. That was him. Chasing girls, making jokes,” Domingo Rivera, Holloman’s longtime former neighbor, told The Post Thursday.
“[He] He was a good kid. He didn’t get into trouble. He was always dancing and joking.”
Rivera, 57, referred to Holloman by his nickname “Keybo” and said after he was killed, his mother fell ill and died.
“I’m glad they got it,” Rivera said of Morgan.
Holloman’s sister told The Post on Thursday that the arrest was bittersweet.
“I’m glad that justice is being served, but it won’t bring my brother back,” said Gardenia Holloman.
We knew who he was, he was already a suspect. We had a witness who was there when that happened. It has already been recognized. Prosecutors said that wasn’t enough.”
Morgan is charged with murder in the 2020 murder and has been held without bail in both cases. He is scheduled to return to court on August 8. Relatives of Morgan and Webb could not immediately be reached for comment.