A 16-Year-Old girl was stabbed to death on Sunday after a dispute over Mc Donald’s sweet and sour sauce.
Naima Liggon, of Waldorf, Maryland, and four others went to a party in D.C. then to McDonald’s at 14th and U streets to get food.
Sources say that a dispute took place in a car right after picking up food and leaving the restaurant around 2 a.m., where Liggon was stabbed twice.
Liggon was driven to Howard University Hospital, where she died of her injuries, police said.
The suspect, a 16-year-old girl from Waldorf, was found a block away officers say.
During a hearing on Monday, Detective Brendan Jasper testified the fight started from “an argument over sweet-and-sour sauce.”
He went on to claim Liggon and another girl began striking the other 16-year-old, who could be seen on security footage allegedly not fighting back. As Liggon and the other girl went to get into their car, the suspect allegedly “lunged” at the victim with a pocketknife and stabbed her in both the abdomen and chest.