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INDIANAPOLIS: Robbery Hostage Killed After Offering Himself
Nov. 19, 1985
A fast-food restaurant manager was killed Sunday after he talked two intruders into taking him as a hostage in place of one of his colleagues. The police said today that the death of the manager, Dewayne M. Bible, might have resulted from his insistence on turning off a freezer where five women were held at a McDonald's restaurant. The gunmen entered the restaurant at 8 A.M., said Sgt. Fred L. Jackson of the Marion County Sheriff's Office. He said the men ordered coffee and waited for three customers to leave before announcing a holdup. The gunmen robbed the employees and escaped with an undisclosed amount of money from several cash drawers, Sergeant Jackson said. The women said they had been locked inside a basement freezer and later managed to free themselves.

2 Shot to Death in L.I. Fast-Food Restaurant
May 6, 1991
The manager and the cook of a fast-food restaurant were shot and killed during a robbery Saturday night in Rockville Centre, L.I., the Nassau County police said. The bodies of the two men, lying prone behind the counter of a Kentucky Fried Chicken restaurant at 547 Merrick Road, were found by a woman who went there at 11:15 P.M. to buy chicken, Detective Sgt. William Cox of the Nassau police homicide squad said. The 31-year-old manager, Mohammed Jawaharlall of Brentwood, L.I., and the cook, who still had not been identified yesterday, were lying face down and appeared to have been shot several times at close range, the police said. Sergeant Cox said that there appeared to have been no struggle and that an unidentified amount of cash had been taken from the register. "He shot them in cold blood for no apparent reason," he said. Detectives yesterday did not know how many men had entered the store. The detectives were looking for customers who entered the store between 9 and 11 P.M. and were investigating other fast-food robberies that had occurred within the last two months in the nearby towns, Sergeant Cox said.

TULSA, Okla.: 4 Workers Forced Into Cooler And Slain in Tulsa Robbery Aug. 18, 1992
Four workers at a fast-food restaurant were ordered into a walk-in refrigerator by robbers on Monday night, made to kneel and then fatally shot in the head, the police said today. One suspect is in custody. The four victims, employees of Lee's Famous Recipe Country Chicken on Tulsa's East Side, were found after closing time on Monday night by a friend of one of them. Three were already dead; the other died later in a hospital. Today the police arrested as a suspect a 21-year-old former employee of the restaurant, Donald Eugene Daniels, who was booked on four complaints of first-degree murder and a single complaint of armed robbery. The police said they had also identified several other suspects and were still searching for them. Mr. Daniels was arrested at his home in one of several raids that the police carried out today after tracing the getaway car's license number, which a suspicious security guard working near the restaurant had noted. The victims were identified as Joseph Gooch, 17, who had worked at the restaurant for only three days; Sendy Lara, 26, the mother of three children, the youngest only 15 months old; Theodore Kindley, 19, and Stephen Lee Williams, 24.

STAMFORD, Conn.,: 5 Youths Charged in a Restaurant Robbery
May 22, 1993
Five teen-agers suspected of holding up a fast-food restaurant in Norwalk on Thursday night and robbing customers and employees at gunpoint were arrested on Friday after they were seen outside a pizzeria, the police said. The youths were identified as Ronald Champlin, 19, of Stratford; William Mauesby, 17, of Bridgeport; John Glover, 17, of Bridgeport; William McCallister, 19, Stratford, and Charles Shelton, 17, of Bridgeport. They were charged with conspiracy to commit first-degree robbery,...
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