As the country continues to go crazy over a sandwich, there have also been disturbing reports of violence surrounding it. Following the fatal stabbing at a local Maryland Popeyes over its insanely popular chicken sandwich, a suspect has officially been named and his identity released.Earlier this month, Popeyes brought joy to its many fans with the announcement that its signature chicken sandwich would finally be returning to the menu permanently after a months-long hiatus. Since then, lines have been long and wait times even longer—but no one expected that violence and even murder would take place. Reported by @CNN, the suspect in the fatal stabbing at a Popeyes in Maryland has been announced to the public, as 30-year-old Ricoh McClain is now wanted for murder.The warrant for McClain’s arrest stems from a host of charges he’s facing, including first-degree murder, second-degree murder, first degree assault, second degree assault, and reckless endangerment in the death of Kevin Tyrell Davis, 28, on November 4th at the Popeyes in Oxon Hill. Police were able to identity McClain when an officer viewed the security footage from the restaurant and recognized him from previous interactions he had had with him on the street, according to Jennifer Donelan, a spokeswoman for the Prince George’s County Police Department.Surveillance footage from the stabbing showed Davis enter the Popeyes and cut in front of several customers waiting in line to place their orders. Things quickly got out of hand after that when McClain confronted Davis about cutting the line. Seconds later, the two men reportedly went outside where McClain fatally stabbed Davis.There was a woman with McClain when he fled the scene and she’s considered a witness, however, she is not currently facing any charges.Roommates, what are your thoughts on this?
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