A younger girl who was gunned down final yr whereas working behind the counter at a Burger King in East Harlem is being honored with a road co-naming.
Kristal Bayron-Nieves was killed one yr in the past on the fast-food restaurant on 116th Street and Lexington Avenue. That very same intersection is being renamed Sunday in honor of the late 19-year-old.
Police had stated there have been two clients and two staff in the Burger King on Jan. 9, 2022, when Winston Glynn allegedly entered and took cash from the money register.
Glynn had already taken $100 out of the register when he shot Krystal Bayron-Nieves. She did not have a key to entry extra cash he was after, and that is when police stated he fired one spherical that killed the cashier.
Bayron-Nieves’ household had instructed reporters she was three weeks into the job and apprehensive for her security working at night time. The teenager wished to modify to a day shift, kin stated.
The person fled, and police used surveillance video in the realm to trace him to the subway system and from there to Brooklyn. Police stated they arrested Glynn, who had labored at that Burger King for a number of months in 2020, on Thursday in that borough.
There was no indication Glynn knew the teenager, as she had solely just lately began working on the eatery, properly after he had left. Household stated that Bayron-Nieves was desperately making an attempt to get off the in a single day shift on the fast-food joint, as a result of she feared for her security
Members of the group are calling for justice after a 19-year-old was killed as she labored throughout a theft at a Burger King in East Harlem, and her killer continues to be on the run. NBC New York’s Checkey Beckford experiences.