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The Bobster
03-06-2016, 05:17 PM
http://philadelphia.cbslocal.com/2016/03/06/man-shot-inside-north-philly-chicken-place/

Employee Shot Inside North Philly Chicken Place
March 6, 2016 5:55 PM

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Police say a man was shot multiple times inside a Church’s Chicken Sunday evening in North Philadelphia.

This happened just before 5:30 p.m. at the restaurant in the 3600 block of North Broad Street.

Police say the 19-year-old employee was shot seven times then taken to the hospital in stable condition.

No arrests have been made.

Police believe that shooting may have been related to another North Philadelphia shooting. They say the suspect in the Church’s Chicken shooting fits the same description as the man accused of fatally shooting a woman.

voiceofreason
03-07-2016, 04:24 AM
http://6abc.com/news/police-customer-shoots-employee-inside-north-philly-churchs-chicken-/1233649/

VIDEO AT LINK = Crackhead paramedic

Police: Customer shoots employee inside North Philadelphia Church's Chicken

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Sunday, March 06, 2016 11:56PM
NORTH PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) --
Police are investigating after a customer opened fire at a Church's Chicken restaurant leaving an employee seriously injured in North Philadelphia.

It happened Sunday evening in the 3600 block of North Broad Street.

Police say a man inside the restaurant was eating when an employee was cleaning tables nearby.

The customer became angry, telling the employee to stop cleaning near him, police say.

"He was doing his job, but the guy kept saying, 'You can't be doing this spraying. I gotta eat. I gotta eat,' " :cool:said witness Keith Parker, who was eating dinner in the restaurant when the incident occurred.

Police say the 19-year-old brother of the employee, who also works at the restaurant, attempted to resolve the conflict.

"He just tried to keep his brother from getting involved or having an incident. Basically trying to keep things from escalating," said Philadelphia Police Captain Nicholas Brown.

The customer then pulled out a gun and shot the teen three times, at least once in the chest, police say.



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Police: Customer shoots employee inside North Philadelphia Church's Chicken
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Police are investigating after a customer opened fire at a Church's Chicken restaurant leaving an employee seriously injured in North Philadelphia.
By Jeff Chirico
Sunday, March 06, 2016 11:56PM
NORTH PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) --
Police are investigating after a customer opened fire at a Church's Chicken restaurant leaving an employee seriously injured in North Philadelphia.

It happened Sunday evening in the 3600 block of North Broad Street.

Police say a man inside the restaurant was eating when an employee was cleaning tables nearby.

The customer became angry, telling the employee to stop cleaning near him, police say.

"He was doing his job, but the guy kept saying, 'You can't be doing this spraying. I gotta eat. I gotta eat,' " said witness Keith Parker, who was eating dinner in the restaurant when the incident occurred.


Police say the 19-year-old brother of the employee, who also works at the restaurant, attempted to resolve the conflict.

"He just tried to keep his brother from getting involved or having an incident. Basically trying to keep things from escalating," said Philadelphia Police Captain Nicholas Brown.

The customer then pulled out a gun and shot the teen three times, at least once in the chest, police say.



"Bam. Bam. Bam. And the person he wanted to shoot, he didn't shoot. He shot his brother," said Parker.

Parker tells Action News the shooter placed the gun back into his pocket and calmly walked out of the restaurant traveling southbound on North Broad Street.

The victim was taken to Temple University Hospital. His condition is unknown.

Investigators have obtained surveillance video that shows the shooter had taken a SEPTA bus to the restaurant.

Meanwhile Parker, who says he's stunned by the senseless violence, is praying for the man he tried to save.

"My attention was on him. Stop the bleeding. Compress. I learned all that from TV," said Parker. "I just hope I did something right. I just hope he'll be alright."

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voiceofreason
03-07-2016, 04:51 AM
https://www.rt.com/usa/334748-philadelphia-restaurant-employee-shooting/

An irritated customer at a restaurant in North Philadelphia has shot and critically wounded a man at Church’s Chicken, after one of the staff members reportedly refused to stop cleaning tables next to him. Police are hunting for the suspect who fled the scene.

The shooting took place at a Church's Chicken restaurant in the 3,600 block of North Broad Street, 6abc reported. The suspect, described as a black male, 5 feet 7 inches in height, was eating his dinner while an employee of the restaurant was cleaning tables nearby.

The Bobster
03-07-2016, 05:33 PM
http://www.nbcphiladelphia.com/news/local/Churchs-Chicken-Philadelphia-Shooting-Gunman-Employee-371212971.html

Man in Fedora Shoots Teenage Worker Inside Philadelphia Church's Chicken Restaurant: Police
By David Chang and Dan Stamm

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A man wearing all black, including a unique hat, shot a 19-year-old several times inside a Philadelphia fast-food eatery Sunday, police said.

Police say the suspect -- a man in his 50s or 60s :mad: who wore a black trench coat, black pants, glasses and a black Fedora :mad:, was eating inside the Church's Chicken restaurant at N Broad Street and Erie Avenue in North Philly around 5:25 p.m. Sunday when he suddenly became enraged, pulled out a gun and opened fire.

Three bullets struck a 19-year-old employee. Medics took him a couple blocks to Temple University Hospital in stable condition.

Police said the teen had stepped in to try and calm an altercation between his brother -- who also works at the restaurant -- and the hat-wearing man. The man left the store before coming back moments later and opening fire.

Investigators have not yet determined what caused the suspect to snap though police say he may have been angry when employees started cleaning tables nearby as he was eating his food. They also say they have surveillance video of the suspect getting off a bus before walking into the restaurant.

Police hoped surveillance video that shows the shooter in the restaurant will help them track him down.

The shooting happened about 1.5 miles away from where a woman was beaten to death with a hammer shortly before 5 p.m. Police told NBC10 they don't believe the two incidents are related however.

Investigators asked anyone who recognizes the man to call 911. Tips can also be submitted online.

The Bobster
03-09-2016, 05:22 PM
http://www.nbcphiladelphia.com/news/breaking/Fedora-Philadelphia-Churchs-Chicken-Restaurant-Shooting-Suspect-371525721.html

Police ID Suspect in Fedora Hat Who Shot Teen Working at Philadelphia Church's Chicken Restaurant
By NBC10 Staff
Published at 10:46 AM EST on Mar 9, 2016

Philadelphia Police Wednesday named the man seen in all black, including a unique hat, who they say shot a 19-year-old several times inside a Philadelphia fast-food eatery Sunday, police said.

Police say Ronald "Roland" Graham -- a man in his 50s or 60s who wore a black trench coat, black pants, glasses and a black Fedora, was eating inside the Church's Chicken restaurant at N Broad Street and Erie Avenue in North Philly around 5:25 p.m. Sunday when he suddenly became enraged, pulled out a gun and opened fire.

Three bullets struck a 19-year-old employee. Medics took him a couple blocks to Temple University Hospital in stable condition.

Police said the teen had stepped in to try and calm an altercation between his brother -- who also works at the restaurant -- and the hat-wearing man. The man left the store before coming back moments later and opening fire.

After releasing video of the suspect, police learned of Graham's identity but they haven't been able to track him down.

Investigators asked anyone who know of Graham's location to call 215-686-3353/54 or 911. Tips can also be submitted online.