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Suspect in Maryland Popeyes though they are slain, the customer is charged

to connectVideoFight on Popeyes chicken or a sandwich turns deadly in Maryland

The Argument reportedly started after someone cut out the separate line for the popular chicken sandwich at a Popeyes restaurant in Oxon Hill, Maryland, usa.

Washington, D. C., is the man who is fatal to a customer outside of a Popeyes restaurant in Maryland in the last month has been charged with murder, according to the report.

The indictment, unsealed Tuesday afternoon at the Prince George’s County, the cost of 30-year-old Ricoh McClain with the common law of murder and carrying a dangerous weapon with intent to murder, WTOP reported.

Ricoh McClain, 30, has been charged with common law murder and carrying a dangerous weapon with intent to kill.
(Prince George’s County Police Department)

Kevin Davis, 28, was killed outside of a Popeyes restaurant in Oxon Hill, Md., on Nov. 4. It turned out that Davis had to cut the line at the Popeyes restaurant, which is the sale of a popular new chicken sandwich and have been linked to a string of violent incidents at several places in the last few weeks.

Police said McClain had contacted Davis was upset about his actions. An argument ensued, which resulted in a McClain cross, Davis, and escape from the scene. As a short-touch followed, before the authorities arrested McClain.

Davis was taken to an area hospital, where he died from his injuries, wusa reported.

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Speaking to reporters later, the Prince George’s County Police Chief Hank Stawinski, called the stabbing a “senseless crime” and said that there was no indication that McClain and Davis knew each other.

“It is disrespectful … then Again, I think what people respond to, and something that I think we need to address the question of how we are to interact with each other in society, and how does it work is a confrontation over cutting in line, leading up to the death, is it?”

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McClain is scheduled for a preliminary hearing on Wednesday, wusa reported.

Fox News’ Dom Calicchio, contributed to this report.

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