Homeless man who shot dead teen cashier in cold blood at Burger King where he used to work had been released without bail in November for screwdriver attack: Screamed 'America's gonna burn' during wide-eyed perp-walk
Police arrested Winston Glynn, a 30-year-old homeless man, in connection with Sunday's murder of Kristal Bayron-Nieves, 19
Glynn went on a foul-mouthed rant as he was being led out of the 25th Precinct stationhouse after being booked Friday afternoon
'Why am I guilty?' Glynn shouted through the blue mask covering his face as officers walked him to a waiting police car. 'You know they charge n*****s every day?
Detectives attempted to load the handcuffed suspect into the back of the car when he screamed 'F*** you all! and then bellowed, 'America's gonna BURN!'
Glynn had one last parting shout for those yelling at him in Spanish before cops could load him in the car: 'Do you wanna start a war between Latinos and n*****s?! Do you wanna start a war?'
Glynn was out on the street following his arrest on November 30 for menacing a man with a screwdriver because his crime was 'not bail eligible.'
He now faces charges of murder, robbery, criminal use of a firearm and criminal possession of a weapon
Bayron-Nieves was working a night shift as a cashier at a Burger King in East Harlem when an armed robber shot and killed her after she handed him $100
Glynn's past criminal record includes at least three other prior arrests: criminal possession of a weapon in 2020, another menacing charge from 2018 and a criminal mischief charge stemming from a 2017 incident
NYPD say detectives used surveillance video to track down the suspect, who was then identified by witnesses
Police say white earbuds hanging from suspect's pants helped them find Glynn
Glynn worked at the same Burger King as the victim, but a year apart, leaving in December 2020
Police arrest suspected gunman in killing of Burger King worker, 19
Police have arrested an unidentified 30-year-old suspect in connection with Sunday's killing of Burger King cashier Kristal Bayron-Nieves, 19, who was shot dead in Harlem during a robbery.