According to police, the gunmen, ages 15-20, lured 60-year-old Zhen Bo Liu to the neighborhood with an order, shot him in the face, and stole his money and food. After eating at a nearby house, they returned to view Liu's body and rummage through this car:
After placing an order with China King, a restaurant on South 17th Street where Liu worked, Friend and Haugabook, each armed with a handgun, confronted Liu at 13th and Queen streets.Four of the suspects are charged with conspiracy to commit robbery with a dangerous weapon. Two suspects are charged with first-degree murder. Seriously, a man's life for $48 cash, chicken wings and shrimp fried rice? How does that make any sense? More here: Sixth person arrested in connection with delivery driver murder.
Liu drove to that area around 9:30 p.m., presumably believing he was making a routine food delivery. But after he arrived, Friend shot Liu in the foot and then Haugabook shot him in the face, killing him, Smith said.
The two gunmen then brought the food to a nearby house and ate it with the others. When they finished their meal, the group "came back to view the body and go through the car," Smith said.