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Police investigate stabbing at Popeyes.
A man was fatally Monday night in Maryland, Popeyes, after a quarrel over a chicken sandwich, and a source told Fox News.
Prince George’s County police said they received reports of a fight at a Popeyes location in the 6200 block of Livingston Road in Oxon Hill, Md., on Monday, around 7 o’clock in Oxon Hill is situated approximately 20 minutes from downtown Washington, D. C.
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When officers arrived at the fast-food restaurant, they found a man in the parking lot with stab wounds, police told Fox News. He was taken to a local hospital, where he succumbed to his injuries.
The victim’s name or age has not yet been released. Police said the suspect is still on the run.
The police are telling Fox News a man died following a knifing incident in a Maryland Popeyes is on a Monday night, and after a struggle, sources said, and it was more than just a chicken sandwich.
They were on the fast-food restaurant, interviewing witnesses, collecting evidence, and searching for video surveillance on Saturday night to establish a suspect and a motive, according to police.
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Prince George’s County police have not said what the fight was over, however, FOX 5 reported that, with the twist that it started when someone cut the line of people waiting for Popeyes’ popular chicken sandwich, which is back to the fast-food chain on Sunday.