Burger King Employee Murdered in Orange County, Florida Over Minor Dispute

Burger King Murder Culprit

Orange County, Florida – An employee of Burger King, Orange County(Florida), was killed over a minor dispute with a customer. As per the source, the murder of the employee happened at the Burger King, 7643 E. Colonial Drive on Sunday.

The police found the employee dead upon the visit. They found him wounded with a gunshot in the parking area. He was rushed to the nearest hospital immediately. However, he succumbed to the injury. He was declared dead by the hospital.

The victim employee Desmond Armond Joshua, a 22-year-old man, used to work at a Burger King drive-thru franchise in Orange County, Florida. 

Who is the Culprit? 

After the shooting took place, law enforcement has arrested the main culprit, a 37-year-old man, Kevin Rodriguez-Tormes, who was the murderer. 

The official reports from the Orange County Sheriff’s office state that the victim used to work at a Burger King drive-thru franchise. He was working at the job when the crowd of the customers was quite long that day. 

One woman was irritating him and threatened him. Joshua, out of ethics, refunded the full amount of order to the woman and asked her to leave the place. However, the woman returned with her “man” to the site. 

The man who returned with the woman started arguing with Joshua. He then suddenly attacked Joshua with a headlock. He choked Joshua. The man pulled out his firearm and fired it at Joshua.

When the gunfire was heard, everyone rushed to the parking lot. Joshua was lying there wounded. The cops have identified Kevin Rodriguez-Tormes at the culprit behind the murder. 

He’s been arrested under charges of First Degree Murder with a Weapon, Destruction of Proof, and illegal possession of a firearm. 

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