Taco Bell Crime of the Week: Workers Charged with Killing Their Manager During Robbery
While we hear at Taco Bell Crime of the Week headquarters love to focus on the silly and crazy when it comes to crime at America's largest Mexican fast-food chain, some incidents are so horrific that we have to devote the column to them. And that's the case this week, with the news coming out of Alabama that two Taco Bell workers killed their manager during a robbery attempt.
Two Taco Bell workers are accused of beating and shooting the night manager they worked with multiple times in the commission of a robbery outside the Atlanta Highway restaurant early Monday morning.
Suspects Rendauldous Chisholm and Kenneth Temple, both 19 and from Montgomery, used a car jack to beat Vettia Roche, 43, before shooting her multiple times, according to their arrest warrants.
Roche was found dead at around 7:30 a.m. behind the restaurant where she worked.
Temple and Chisholm were arrested by Montgomery police on Monday afternoon and charged with capital murder. They are being held in the Montgomery County Detention Facility without bond.
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