2 dead after shooting at Maple Grove McDonald's

Police in Maple Grove say a man fatally shot a woman in the parking lot of a McDonald's restaurant, then died of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound a short time later. Full Story
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Chuck

Minneapolis, MN

#1 Apr 19, 2009
Sad, very sad.
Maple groover

Chanhassen, MN

#3 Apr 20, 2009
Note to N. MPLS- keep your crazy to your sefs, thanx.
The Big Bopper

Saint Paul, MN

#5 Apr 20, 2009
As the economy worsens, the crime rate will go up.

“SAY WHAT ???????????????”

Since: Mar 09

BULLRUSH

#6 Apr 20, 2009
mental note to self,stay out of McDonalds.
Work

United States

#7 Apr 20, 2009
please be respectful to all who were involved in this horrible event. thanks.

“Puppet At State Fair”

Since: Mar 09

Nowthen, MN

#9 Apr 20, 2009
clam4myclown wrote:
mental note to self,stay out of McDonalds.
I'd say stay out of Maple Grove in general, it's cesspool of suburban angst and crime.
Vikings Fan

Rochester, MN

#10 Apr 20, 2009
I am sure it won't take long for someone to post here that this is exactly the reason we need to ban guns. Lets not go down that road. Our sympathies go out to the families!
Dicky

Saint Paul, MN

#11 Apr 20, 2009
Vikings Fan wrote:
I am sure it won't take long for someone to post here that this is exactly the reason we need to ban guns. Lets not go down that road. Our sympathies go out to the families!
No, not a gun ban. We need a ban on McDonald's. You see what eating that c r a p will make you do?
ikeepfallingdown

Palm Coast, FL

#12 Apr 20, 2009
the guy wanted a wammy burger and they were still serving breakfast
there was way too much sugar in the coffee
remember guns dont kill people trans fats do
they shudda gone to wack in the box
its been reported that the state epa wants to
sue mcdonalds for high speed lead poisoning
i got to know

“Puppet At State Fair”

Since: Mar 09

Nowthen, MN

#13 Apr 20, 2009
ikeepfallingdown wrote:
the guy wanted a wammy burger and they were still serving breakfast
there was way too much sugar in the coffee
remember guns dont kill people trans fats do
they shudda gone to wack in the box
its been reported that the state epa wants to
sue mcdonalds for high speed lead poisoning
i got to know
Stay down this time, you bad dog!

“WHAT WERE YA THINKIN ?”

Since: Mar 09

CUCKOO'S NEST

#15 Apr 20, 2009
i guess if the trans fats and food won't kill ya at McDonalds,some stray bullets will.
Chris Mankey

Minneapolis, MN

#16 Apr 20, 2009
I hear it's also dangerous to go to White Castle these days. Those sliders will kill ya'.
sad

Savage, MN

#17 Apr 20, 2009
All you guys are horrible making fun of this tragic situation. I for one lost someone very dear to me :[

“Puppet At State Fair”

Since: Mar 09

Nowthen, MN

#18 Apr 20, 2009
sad wrote:
All you guys are horrible making fun of this tragic situation. I for one lost someone very dear to me :[
I hope to heck it was the woman, because that dude was cold and I'm glad he's even colder now.
Work

United States

#19 Apr 20, 2009
I also lost someone yesterday and all the cruel comments are unneccesary. I knew the guy and it's sad that his life ended this way. He was a very sweet, well loved person. It's unbelievable that this happen, but before you go passing judgements, please remember that TWO people died yesterday and even though one was to blame, please respect that he also had friends and family that are going to miss him dearly and are in shock of the events that happened.
Chris Brown

United States

#20 Apr 20, 2009
Maple Grove is a dangerous suburb that just keeps getting worse. I am glad I moved to Hopkins last year.

“REALLY? Are you serious?”

Since: Feb 09

Up north MN WI

#21 Apr 20, 2009
Work wrote:
I also lost someone yesterday and all the cruel comments are unneccesary. I knew the guy and it's sad that his life ended this way. He was a very sweet, well loved person. It's unbelievable that this happen, but before you go passing judgements, please remember that TWO people died yesterday and even though one was to blame, please respect that he also had friends and family that are going to miss him dearly and are in shock of the events that happened.
Why is it always the psycho, murderer, wanna committ suicide by cop offender's families that come on here defending them? What about the kid who lost her mom because of this "sweet man" who obviously had control and abuse issues. He deserves all sorts of nasty comments, and because of what he did you should just deal with it. In this world the killer doesn't get sympathy, the victim does. He was a coward, and took the easy way out after killing someone else.
Sven

Minneapolis, MN

#22 Apr 20, 2009
Chris Mankey wrote:
The north Mpls cancer has already spread through Brooklyn Park. Now it's eating its way into Maple Grove. They need a big fence around that north side ghetto. Maybe there's some stimulus money for that.
Did they identify these people as from Brooklyn Park or North Mpls?

My heart goes out to the friends and family!!!

“Obamacs at it's finest!”

Since: Mar 09

Anytown, Minnesota........

#23 Apr 20, 2009
sad wrote:
All you guys are horrible making fun of this tragic situation. I for one lost someone very dear to me :[
if you are looking for any kind of symapthy or understanding, this isn't the place for that I will tell you.
My son was killed 2 years ago and the incident was reported in this paper/forum.I was absolultey horrified by what people wrote about it and my son in particular. My son was mentally challenged and was murdered and the awful hurtful things that folks wrote about him, about someone who had just died, about someone whom none of them had ever met, yet they were able to complelety judge him, his life, his parents and the color of his hair if they were given the information.It is remarkable the number of hurt and angry people these days and no telling what triggers such hatred within but it is rampant and it is also very very scarey. I still hurt when I think of some of what was writen about MY son and how folks who did not know him had NO right whatsoever to trash him, especailly seeing as how he was battling his mental illness on a daily basis, sometimes even hourly.
Peace to you and prayers for your loss, I am sorry.
Patrick from Blaine

Accident, MD

#24 Apr 20, 2009
I agree 100% with Used to be Really.

This guy was nuts and no one can seriously defend his actions. I will be at funeral as this happened to a relative of mine and I will griev for th efamily as well fo rthis senseless killing.

As least the guy died so thye is no trial for him. He can make his case and go straight to hell.

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