Shooting suspect Michael Morgan is escorted out of the 79th precinct in Brooklyn on Wednesday afternoon.
The 20-year-old man charged with shooting a McDonald’s worker over cold French fries confessed to murder Wednesday in a separate 2020 slaying, police sources said.
Michael Morgan — who is facing attempted murder and criminal possession of a weapon raps in Monday’s fast-food shooting — was also slapped with murder and criminal possession of a weapon charges over an Oct. 21, 2020, killing, cops said.
Morgan, 20, allegedly killed Kevin Holloman, who died from three gunshot wounds at 771 Herkimer St. in Bed-Stuy, not far from the McDonald’s at the center of Monday’s shooting.
Morgan was charged late Tuesday with attempted murder and criminal possession of a weapon, authorities said. Paul Martinka
Police say Morgan shot Matthew Jeremiah Webb in a dispute over cold french fries.
Morgan stormed the McDonald’s after his mother, Lisa Fulmore, began questioning workers about cold French fries. After the workers laughed at her for asking to speak to a manager, Morgan came into the restaurant in his mother’s defense, she told The Post in an exclusive interview.
At some point, worker Matthew Jeremiah Webb got involved in the tiff and went outside of the restaurant where he was then allegedly shot in the neck by Morgan.
Morgan was arrested shortly after the incident and charged in the shooting on Tuesday night, police said. Camellia Dunlap, 18 — Morgan’s girlfriend — was charged with two counts of criminal possession of a weapon after she allegedly admitted to cops she handed her beau the gun, law-enforcement sources said.