MURDER USA: Man killed over a chicken sandwich at Oxon Hill Popeyes; it takes a tough bird to kill over great taste!

MURDER USA: Man killed over a chicken sandwich at Oxon Hill Popeyes; it takes a tough bird to kill over great taste!


OXON HILL, MD. – Willing to commit murder to make up for the offense of cutting in line, a man is now wanted for the murder of a man who made the mistake of the crucial social error of barging into a long line of people waiting to get the fantastic taste-tempting Popeye’s Chicken Sandwich.


Prince Georges County Police are tracking down this brutal chicken plucking knife-wieldier who now faces decades in prison without hope of ever again being able to have another Popeyes Chicken Sandwich.

The deceased victim was stabbed about 7 p.m. Monday, Nov. 4, 2019, at the Popeyes in the 6200 block of Livingston Road in Oxon Hill, Prince George’s County police said.


According to a preliminary investigation, an argument started inside the restaurant when one man cut in front of another man in a line specifically designated for those ordering the wildly popular chicken sandwiches that returned to the menu with long lines in the popular Popeyes restaurants Sunday, police said.

The argument over the cut in line spilled outside, where a real cut was inflicted when one man stabbed another, police said. Responding officers found the 28-year-old victim in the parking lot suffering from stab wounds, police said.

“Knowing these details and knowing what happened here and knowing that a life was taken, it is hard to put into words; I can’t find the right words, to describe what this man did to this innocent victim,” police spokeswoman Jennifer Donelan told News4 in Washington.

Prince George’s Police need help to identify these dirtbags caught on camera stealing packages on Oct. 26, 2019.

This is the reason that social justice activists do not want home security cameras shared with police; the cameras catch dirtbags in the act of thievery and hopefully will result in their mass incarceration.

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