NYC duck sauce killer hoarded condiments in Queens home: source

A condiment-obsessed Queens murder suspect hoarded sweet-and-bitter duck sauce in his fridge — but not adequate to halt him from killing a Chinese food stuff shipping worker in a feud in excess of his want for a lot more, a police source explained Tuesday.

When cops opened accused killer Glenn Hirsch’s refrigerator, they found it full of items to taste up his foods — which includes plenty of duck sauce of the form provided away by Chinese restaurants in tiny plastic packets.

“His full refrigerator was filled with duck sauce,” the supply explained. “And other condiments.”

“He’s a hoarder. And when you open the fridge, it is like, condiments — there’s duck sauce, soy sauce, ketchup.”

Hirsch, 51, was busted previous 7 days on prices of shooting lifeless Zhiwen Yan, 45, on April 30 in Forest Hills after stalking Yan’s cafe for months about his need for extra duck sauce in what the Queens DA referred to as an “obsessive point of contention.”

Law enforcement said they had been making a situation versus Hirsch ever considering the fact that learning he experienced been included in ongoing tensions with the manager at the Excellent Wall restaurant, setting up past Nov. 30 when he was furious there was not enough duck sauce for him to get household with his food.

In truth, after Hirsch was indicted and busted police searched his condominium on 141st St. in Jamaica they uncovered in his fridge proof of just how obsessed he is with condiments.

“I guess in some pathology people like that get that things pretty severely — you did not give him adequate duck sauce,” mentioned the police supply.

Hirsch, who experienced 10 prior sealed arrests, has pleaded not guilty and is becoming held without the need of bail.

Law enforcement reported the night of the murder he circled the block of the cafe a quantity of moments, then adopted Yan as he drove off on his scooter to make a shipping and delivery before taking pictures him on the street.

Hirsch has not been charged with a hate crime in the case.