Suspect charged with murder outside St. Louis fast food restaurant

ST. LOUIS — A 19-year-old St. Louis man is behind bars for allegedly shooting and killing another man outside a fast-food restaurant last week.

The shooting took place at approximately 8:20 p.m. Tuesday, June 7 at Block 1400 of Hampton Avenue in the Clayton-Tamm neighborhood. Officers found the victim, identified as Kevyn Henderson, lying against the wall of the restaurant. Henderson was pronounced dead at the scene. he was 23

Police said the suspect, identified as Terrance King, was still holding a firearm near the victim when officers arrived. King was taken into custody.

King and Henderson both worked at the fast-food restaurant, according to a probable cause statement from the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department. The two men got into an argument, so a manager escorted King out of the building. King waited outside for Henderson to leave the store and another argument started

Prosecutors allege that King drew a gun and shot Henderson multiple times.

The St. Louis Attorney’s Office charged King with first-degree murder and armed criminal activity. He remains imprisoned without bond. Suspect charged with murder outside St. Louis fast food restaurant

Nate Jones

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