A 16-year-old girl fatally stabbed another girl during a fight over a sweet and sour sauce at McDonald’s in Washington.
16-Year-Old Stabbed to Death Another Teenager Over Sweet and Sour Sauce
Metropolitan, D.C. Police officers responded to a local hospital in Washington after they received a report of a teenager who was rushed to the hospital with stab wounds. The authorities identified the victim as 16-year-old Naima Liggon who passed away in the hospital due to the severe injuries she received.
In a published article in TRUE CRIME DAILY, the victim was stabbed outside the McDonald’s located at 1900 block of 14th Street NW. Police authorities did not reveal the identity of the suspect but they said that the suspect is of the same age as the victim.
The fatal stabbing incident started after the two got into an argument over sweet and sour sauce at McDonald’s. During their verbal altercation, the two got out of their car and the suspect stabbed her in the abdomen and chest, according to a report from the Metro Police.
Multiple Charges Against the Teenage Suspect
According to a published article in INDEPENDENT, the prosecutor filed the following multiple charges to the victim:
- Second-degree murder while armed
- Assault with intent to kill while armed
- Aggravated assault while armed
- Felony assault
- Possession of a prohibited weapon
- Carrying a dangerous weapon
Meanwhile, the family of the victim said, “Naima was a beautiful, smart, funny, and unique young lady who loved life. She was loved and admired by so many people. Naima loved music and the arts, basketball, and she was shaping up to be a master barber. She had just been hired to work at Krispy Kreme as a doughnut specialist and was preparing to get her driver’s license.”
Furthermore, the suspect will have her hearing on September 1 and she is now in the D.C. Youth Services Center.