Burger King homicide suspect Winston Glynn held behind bars, calls choose ‘liar’ in courtroom


The man charged with the “cold-blooded” homicide of a 19-year-old Burger King worker blew up in courtroom, repeatedly screaming “Liar!” on the choose throughout his arraignment Friday evening.

Winston Glynn, 30, was ordered held with out bail on fees of first-degree homicide and theft within the Jan. 9 killing of Kristal Bayron-Nieves, who was shot lifeless throughout her shift on the fast-food joint on East 116th Street and Lexington Avenue.

The alleged gunman had a number of outbursts throughout his first look in Manhattan Criminal Court, yelling at Judge Jay Weiner whereas being escorted out of the courtroom, as his Legal Aid legal professional apologized.

“Liar! You didn’t see the judge liar?” the suspect ranted.

The transient listening to was attended by Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg, who didn’t remark.

Assistant District Attorney Dafna Yoran requested that Glynn be remanded into custody, citing the seriousness of the costs, the truth that he doesn’t have a “stable address,” and his connections to Florida and Jamaica.

“He intentionally killed a 19-year-old Burger King employee in a premeditated gunpoint robbery… He also pistol whipped two others, who were present – including a 60-year-old female manager,” Yoran stated.

Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg attended the arraignment.Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg attended the arraignment.Robert Mecea

Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg didn't offer a comment when he left the courtroom.Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg didn’t supply a remark when he left the courtroom.Robert Mecea

Glynn’s subsequent courtroom date was set for Jan. 19.

He was busted earlier Friday at an handle in Brooklyn, “where detectives recovered items of clothing worn by the killer he tried to dispose of,” Yoran stated.

Police stated they tracked him down by reviewing “extensive” video footage that captured him carrying a particular backpack and white earbuds.

Investigators have been additionally in a position to hint Glynn to a Manhattan retailer the place he used an EBT card for a purchase order previous to the slaying, police officers stated.

Glynn — a Jamaica nationwide whose handle is listed as a Days Inn in Queens that additionally serves as a homeless shelter — as soon as labored on the identical Burger King, although investigators don’t imagine that he focused Bayron-Nieves within the early Sunday-morning stickup.

Winston Glynn was ordered held without bail following multiple outbursts directed at Judge Jay Weiner.Winston Glynn was ordered held with out bail following a number of outbursts directed at Judge Jay Weiner.Curtis Means for DailyMail

The teen was working as a cashier on the restaurant at round 1 a.m. when a masked and armed robber walked in and pistol-whipped a male buyer earlier than punching a feminine supervisor within the face, cops stated.

“Give me the cash!” he shouted whereas pointing a gun at Bayron-Nieves, in accordance with a police supply, who stated the teenager had hassle opening the register drawer.

When she bought it open, she handed the robber the money. She was crouching behind a second register when she was shot, police officers stated.

The teen — who had began the job solely three weeks earlier — was taken to Metropolitan Hospital, the place she was pronounced lifeless a short while later, cops stated.

The killer bought away with simply $100, the sufferer’s household stated

Earlier Friday, Glynn yelled at a crowd of offended onlookers as cops marched him out of twenty fifth Precinct stationhouse to take him to courtroom.

“Where’s our reparations for four hundred years of f–king slavery!” the suspect yelled. 

“F–k you all!” he yelled, in accordance with a video taken on the scene by a Post photographer. 

Mayor Eric Adams attended a information convention saying the suspect’s seize, saying he felt compelled to talk about the “cold-blooded killer.”

“When I visited her [Bayron-Nieves’s] mother, just sort of the pain of the face, how much this tore her apart. We don’t see those cries, you don’t see the pain often,” the Democrat stated.

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