McDonald’s employees shot after an altercation in Oklahoma City
The Oklahoma City Police Department reported that Wednesday evening a 32-year-old female suspect, was in an altercation with the employees after they told her she had to leave the store because the dining room was closed due to CDC guidelines. The suspect left the store and returned later with a gun.
A similar incident in Michigan happened this week. A Family Dollar store security guard was shot and killed after telling a customer they could not enter without a face mask.
A security guard shot and killed after telling a customer to put on a face mask
A security guard at a Family Dollar was shot and killed after telling a customer to wear a face mask, according to police.
Calvin Munerlyn, 43, died at a local Flint, Michicagn hospital after he was shot in the head Friday.
Michigan State Police Lt. David Kaiser told CNN that the shooter and accomplice have yet to be apprehended.
The state of Michigan has a state-wide order that all retail employees and customers must wear a mask.
A customer tried to enter the store without the mask and that’s when Munerlyn denied access. Video footage shows the security guard and customer getting into a verbal altercation.
Genesee County prosecutor David Leyton said 20 minutes later, two men entered the store and yelled at Munerlyn for disrespecting his wife and shot him.
“This is senseless. Over a mask. Over a mask?” Munerlyn’s cousin, Tina James, told CNN affiliate WJRT. “This is not the way to do things right now. We need to come together.”
Just days ago President Trump tweeted “Liberate Michigan!” and citizens of the state stormed government buildings demanding that the state reopen.
Munerlyn leaves behind eight kids and a wife.
Virginia police arrest 30 child predators in Operation’ COVID Crackdown’
Virginia police arrested thirty alleged sexual predators in what they called Operation COVID Crackdown – an online sting that identified and apprehended predators who targeted vulnerable children.
As children spend time online with digital schooling and networking with friends. Major Crimes Bureau Commander Major Ed O’Carroll said detectives knew there would be a rise in online predators.
“I commend their ability to adapt during this unprecedented public health pandemic,” he said. “And to do so in the interest of protecting our children and bringing justice to those who commit these repugnant crimes.”
Fairfax Police Department (FPD) is urging parents to be vigilant about their children’s online security and implementing security measures.
The suspects were primarily apprehended from the state of Virginia, but some lived in Maryland and Washington, D.C.
FPD asked the public has that if they have information regarding this case, to contact the Major Crimes Bureau at 703-246-7800, option 6. Additional information can also be offered anonymously to Crime Solvers by phone – 1-866-411-TIPS (866-411-8477).