McDonald's Employee Exposed As A Serial Killer By His Store Manager
Missy aka Tizzy
On 7th December 2017
There is probably not a person alive who has not eaten at least one meal at McDonald's. The first of its kind opened their doors way back in 1940. Ever since it has been a staple of many diets now that they sell both balanced and unhealthy foods all around the world. Super low prices, 24-hour drive-thrus, and seasonal menus help keep this business thriving and patrons of all walks of life coming back for more.
With so many daily customers, working at a McDonald's is not always as easy as people think. Everyone expects their cheap food to be consistently good quality and they expect to get it fast. Sadly, the employees in this fast-paced workplace are seriously underpaid. However, the general manager of a Tampa McDonald's, Delonda Walker, is about to live the high life after she reported something suspicious in her restaurant that led to a serial killer being put behind bars.
The suspicious item was in a bag that an employee, Howell Donaldson, had handed to her as he quit his job. He told Walker that he was getting ready to leave the state, so he had to leave his job. She was suspicious about him handing her the McDonald's bag, so she decided to open it and see what was inside. What she found was a semiautomatic pistol.
Coincidentally, there happened to be a police officer inside her restaurant when she made the shocking discovery. She did not waste any time and brought the bag with the gun right to him. Donaldson was immediately taken down to the station for questioning. Donaldson has been accused of murdering Monica Hoffa, 32; Robert Felton, 60; Benjamin Mitchell, 22' and Anthony Naiboa. 19.
After his arrest, the family of Monica Hoffa met with Walker to thank her for her swift action. "She took all of that worry that was out there away, and she made us all whole again," Kenny Hoffa, Monica’s father, said. "She’s a hero to all of us and our family. She’s part of our family now."
Walker is going to be rewarded for her tip-off with a whopping $110,000. She says that getting a reward was the furthest thing from her mind when she tipped off the police. She says that she just went to work like any other day, and when presented with a situation, she only did what she thought was right.