Police identify alleged shooter in Church’s Chicken table-cleaning dispute

Philadelphia Police Dept.

Philadelphia police have identified a suspect who remains at large in connection to a restaurant shooting over cleaned tabletops.

Police have identified Ronald Graham, also known as Roland, as the suspect caught on camera at a Church’s Chicken on the 3600 block of North Broad Street where he allegedly opened fire after an argument with an employee.

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“We believe the offender was inside eating, and he was involved in an altercation with an employee. A second employee who happened to be his brother … confronted the gunman to squash the situation, and then he was shot several times.” Capt. Nicholas Brown was quoted in a related Fox report.

Josiah Myers, 19, suffered multiple gunshot wounds and was taken to Temple University Hospital,
ABCreported. He was most recently listed in stable condition.

Police said to Fox that Graham became angry when a restaurant employee started cleaning tables close to where he was seated.

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Graham left the restaurant before returning with a gun and firing three shots, police stated, striking his victim several times.

Anyone with information on Graham’s location should call the Northwest Detective Division at 215-686-3353.

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