McDonald's manager will be rewarded for helping police catch a suspect

Lake Charles, Louisiana
December 1, 2017 7:05pm CST
Delonda Walker who is a manager at a McDonald's Hamburgers Store in Tampa assisted the police in Tampa to locate a suspect who allegedly rubbed out four people in the Seminole Heights neighborhood in October and November. Howell Donaldson III who is an employee at the store that is located in the Ybor City neighborhood asked Delonda if she could put away his firearm that was inside a food bag for safe keeping while he was working. Walker then gave the handgun to a Tampa police officer who was inside the store on Tuesday afternoon. The police officer then called for backup since the suspect was inside the store and Howell was taken into custody. Walker will get a reward of $110,000 as her reward for assisting the police to catch the alleged criminal inside the McDonald's store according to the Christina Barker who is the assistant to Tampa mayor Bob Buckhorn. Walker is being called a heroine for her alert actions to stop a potential serial killer in Tampa Florida.
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@ebanreb (4782)
• Philippines
2 Dec
Congratulations to the McDonald Manager. You did a good job. Good luck
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• Lake Charles, Louisiana
2 Dec
She did the right thing by telling the police of a potential criminal in the Tampa area.
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@ebanreb (4782)
• Philippines
2 Dec
@Deepizzaguy Yeah If I were the Manager I will do the same too.
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• Lake Charles, Louisiana
2 Dec
@ebanreb That is true.
@franxav (3732)
2 Dec
It was a good work and it must be rewarded.
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• Lake Charles, Louisiana
2 Dec
Indeed since the manager of the McDonald's store used her wits to call the cops to catch the criminal.
@JohnRoberts (41145)
• Los Angeles, California
2 Dec
The killer was working at McDonald's?
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• Lake Charles, Louisiana
2 Dec
Hard to believe but it is true.
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@allen0187 (27530)
• Philippines
2 Dec
$110k reward ain't so bad. Problem is Walker going to be consistently looking behind her back for a long time for snitching.
@JudyEv (101135)
• Bunbury, Australia
2 Dec
That's a very nice reward for her bravery.
@lady1993 (15616)
• Philippines
2 Dec
wow that is very good news indeed. It takes such bravery to do what is right
@FourWalls (10042)
• United States
2 Dec
That’s certainly the right thing to do. Otherwise, “rewards” lose their credibility. I read that Crimestoppers wasn’t going to give her a reward because she didn’t call them first, and the federal rewards offered would take months.