(WHBL) – The Milwaukee man who allegedly relied on the inside of a Burger King’s driveway to commit a deadly robbery will be in prison until he gives out $100k.
A judge ordered Antoine Edwards to be bailed out for $100k cash. Police say Edwards started the robbery that ended in the death of 16-year-old Niesha Harris-Brazell.
Investigators on Friday said the robbery appeared to be staged and they believe Harris-Brazell was part of the plan.
Milwaukee police continue to search for the person who shot and killed Harris-Brazell. Derrick Ellis was a Burger King employee and was trying to shoot Edwards at the time. Authorities say Ellis was not involved in the staged robbery.
https://whbl.com/2022/01/17/315329/ The judge orders the suspect to rob Burger King with a bail of 100 thousand dollars