Just after 7 o’clock that night, Matthew Webb, a 23-year-old worker at the Bedford-Stuyvesant McDonald, and Morgan’s mother allegedly got into an argument over food. He heard about the dispute via his mother.
He confronted the worker inside the restaurant and, later, the altercation eventually moved outside, where Morgan is said to have grabbed a revolver and shot Webb in the neck.
Paramedics took Webb in critical condition to Brookdale University Hospital. On August 3, Webb’s death was classified as a homicide. Police arrested Morgan on August 2 for questioning.
Later, she was charged with two charges of criminal weapon possession and attempted murder. It is unclear if his charges were changed due to Webb’s passing.
The suspect’s mother, Lisa Fulmore, told Morgan over FaceTime that she was having a disagreement with McDonald’s staff members about the cold French fries on Monday, so Morgan and his girlfriend proceeded to the fast food restaurant. His girlfriend was also charged with criminal possession of a firearm the same day.