Man with History of Drug-Fuelled Crimes Arrested for Daytime Knife Attack at Osborne Village Burger Joint

Winnipeg, Manitoba – A Winnipeg man with a history of drug-fueled knife crimes was arrested for a daytime knife attack at an Osborne Village burger restaurant, according to court records. Ethan Joseph Muswagon, 25, was apprehended in the parking lot behind the Burger King where he allegedly slashed a male diner a day prior. Police spokesperson Const. Jason Michalyshen stated that officers were actively searching for Muswagon and managed to locate and arrest him in …

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Attempted Robbery at Memphis Burger King Ends in Shooting, Police Report

MEMPHIS, Tenn. – A man was shot during an attempted robbery at a Burger King in Memphis, police reported. The incident took place on Wednesday evening, when the suspect entered the fast-food restaurant with the intention of robbing it. During the attempted robbery, the suspect shot a man who was inside the establishment. The victim was immediately transported to a nearby hospital for treatment. According to reports, the suspect fled the scene on foot and …

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Demolition Planned for Former Burger Chef Building Linked to Infamous 1978 Indianapolis Murders

SPEEDWAY, Ind. – A building with a dark history tied to an unsolved crime in the Indianapolis area will soon be demolished, officials confirmed. The former Burger Chef in Speedway was the site where four young workers were abducted in 1978 and tragically found slain two days later in a field a county away. Speedway Town Council President Vince Noblet stated that a dental office will replace the building, which has housed various shops throughout …

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Burger Chef Unsolved Murders Site to be Razed and Replaced with New Dental Office

INDIANAPOLIS, IN – The site of the notorious unsolved Burger Chef murders, which occurred 45 years ago in Speedway, is set to be demolished and replaced by a dental office. This free-standing building, located at 5725-5735 Crawfordsville Road, has been the subject of various unsuccessful redevelopments over the years, according to Speedway Town Council President Vince Noblet. The murders took place on November 17, 1978, when four Burger Chef workers were abducted at closing time. …

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Speedway Building Linked to 1978 Burger Chef Murders to be Demolished for Dental Office

SPEEDWAY, Ind. – The former Burger Chef building in Speedway, Indiana will soon be demolished, marking the end of a location linked to a notorious unsolved crime. Forty-five years ago, the site was where four young workers were abducted and found slain two days later in a field in a different county. The building, located a short distance west from the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, will be replaced by a dental office, according to town officials. …

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