‘Duck sauce killer’ who shot dead a Chinese delivery man in row over condiments kills himself

EXCLUSIVE: ‘Duck sauce killer’, 51,who shot useless a Chinese supply man in NYC over long-running feud about condiments kills himself earlier than courtroom listening to

Queens ‘duck sauce killer’ has dedicated suicide forward of a courtroom listening to at the moment over claims that he shot useless a Chinese restaurant supply driver.

Glenn Hirsch, 51, had been launched on bail after being charged with the homicide of Zhiewn Yan, and was set to look in courtroom at the moment in relation to the allegations.

A supply informed DailyMail.com that the accused killer had ‘shot himself’ within the hours earlier than the courtroom listening to.

He was set to look in reference to the homicide of Yan, a father-of-three, who he allegedly shot within the chest whereas doing supply rounds on his scooter in Forest Hills.

Hirsch, who was believed to have had a number of run ins with the Chinese takeaway earlier than, is accused of taking pictures Yan earlier than fleeing the scene on April 30.

Police say that Hirsch, who was believed to be driving an older mannequin of a Lexus RX3 SV on the time, briefly trade phrases at a visitors mild earlier than Yan was shot close to 108th Street and 67th Drive.

At Hirsch’s Briarwood residence, cops found his fridge filled with candy and bitter duck sauce.

‘His complete fridge was crammed with duck sauce,’ a police supply informed the New York Daily News. ‘And different condiments.’

‘He’s a hoarder. And once you open the fridge, it is like, condiments – there’s duck sauce, soy sauce, ketchup.’

The supply instructed the piles of condiments at his condominium on 141st Street have been all part of what was happening in Hirsch’s mind which will have lead him to kill.

‘I assume in some pathology folks like that take that stuff very severely – you did not give him sufficient duck sauce,’ they mentioned.

Hirsch, who had 9 prior arrests on his document, beforehand pleaded not responsible to the homicide cost. 

His consultant, Michael Horn, didn’t instantly reply to requests for remark when contacted by DailyMail.com.

This is a creating story. 

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