Murder charges likely in shooting over cold McDonald’s french fries
Suspect Michael Morgan, center, being escorted by NYPD from the 79th Pct. in Brooklyn, Wednesday, Aug. 3, 2022. - Shawn Inglima/New York Daily News/TNS

NEW YORK — The gunman charged with shooting a McDonald’s worker point-blank in a flap over cold french fries tried to cover up his crime, disposing of evidence that included the clothes he wore when pulling the trigger, prosecutors charged Thursday. Defendant Michael Morgan, 20, was arraigned for both attempted murder in Monday’s shooting of the fast-food employee and a separate October 2020 murder that authorities said he confessed to after his arrest earlier this week. Assistant District Attorney Luis Paternina said upgraded charges were likely against Morgan as the victim in Monday’s shooti...