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Cops: Man arrested in killing of teen working at NYC Burger King

Cops: Man arrested in killing of teen working at NYC Burger King
A combination of meticulous backtracking through video surveillance tapes and hours of old-fashioned police work led Thursday to the arrest of a Brooklyn man on charges he carried out what cops said w

" NYPD Chief of Detectives James Essig said that while detectives initially had very little to work on except a surveillance video from the restaurant at 116th Street and Lexington Avenue, they keyed onto a pair of white earbuds worn by the suspect in the restaurant and then started working back through videos gleaned from cameras in Manhattan, the subway system and the streets of Brooklyn where Glynn lived.Detectives noticed a similar pair of earbuds in the suspect’s pockets, Essig said.Glynn, who has four prior arrests, had, in 2020, worked at the Burger King where the killing took place, but he didn’t know Nieves, Essig said.i pShare Tweet Email A combination of meticulous backtracking through video surveillance tapes and hours of old-fashioned police work led Thursday to the arrest of a Brooklyn man on charges he carried out what cops said was the senseless and brutal slaying of a 19-year-old woman working at a Manhattan Burger King early Sunday morning.

Winston Glynn, 30, was charged with shooting and killing Kristal Bayron Nieves as she frantically tried to open a cash register to give Glynn additional money on top of the $100 he had already grabbed at the restaurant, police said.Police charged Glynn with first-degree murder, first-degree robbery and criminal possession of a weapon, according to Essig.

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