Burger Murder: A Burgers Murder Mystery is solved!
Brian Adriannne, who was working at a Burger King restaurant in San Francisco, was killed on June 14, 2017.
He was 25 years old.
Brian’s mother, Susan, told the San Francisco Chronicle that her son was a good guy.
Brian had a girlfriend, and she had met him at a burger joint in San Rafael, and they started a relationship.
In early June, Susan told the Chronicle, she went to the Burger King to pick up a friend.
She saw Brian sitting at a table with the restaurant manager, who she knew was Brian’s ex-girlfriend.
Susan said she asked Brian if he wanted to go out for a drink.
Brian said he’d love to, and asked her to wait outside.
Susan said she told Brian he was in no condition to work and she was going to go to the bathroom.
Susan and Brian then left the Burger Kings parking lot, but she said Brian never showed up at her door.
When Brian went to pick her up, Susan was gone.
Brian went outside, but Susan did not show up either.
She went back to the parking lot where Brian had parked, and was waiting for him to pick them up.
She then called 911, and a homicide squad was called in.
Brian’s car was found a short time later.
According to San Francisco’s KTVU, Susan’s phone was also found in Brian’s trunk.
Brian, who worked for the San Rafael-based Restaurant Associates, was arrested on suspicion of murder, armed robbery and other crimes.
He has been charged with two counts of murder.
Police said the two incidents happened within an hour of each other.
It’s not clear how long the investigations are ongoing, and Brian’s family has not responded to a request for comment.
According to his father, Brian had recently been diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes.
He had been taking blood thinners to try to manage the condition.
“He had been trying to live a normal life, he didn’t want to die, but I think it was the last thing he wanted,” Richard Adrianne said.
Brian’s father told the Mercury News that he is considering legal action.
His father, who has three children, said his son was not a troublemaker, and that he has never had problems with the police.
He said he has been following the case closely, and has even spoken to San Jose police.
“He was an ordinary kid.
He’s a good person.
He did nothing wrong,” Richard said.”
It’s very hard to take your son’s life,” he said.
“He didn’t have problems, and he never should have had problems.”
The Mercury News is a San Francisco Bay Area news source.
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