Tuesday 28 June 2022 12:42 AM Queens man, 51, who 'shot dead Chinese food delivery driver over duck sauce' ... trends now

Tuesday 28 June 2022 12:42 AM Queens man, 51, who 'shot dead Chinese food delivery driver over duck sauce' ... trends now
Tuesday 28 June 2022 12:42 AM Queens man, 51, who 'shot dead Chinese food delivery driver over duck sauce' ... trends now

Tuesday 28 June 2022 12:42 AM Queens man, 51, who 'shot dead Chinese food delivery driver over duck sauce' ... trends now

A New York man dubbed the 'duck sauce killer' after allegedly killing his Chinese food delivery man over a dispute about the condiments has been released from jail Monday after he posted $500,000 in bail.

Glenn Hirsch, 51, from Queens, was arrested earlier this month and charged with murder and the criminal possession of a firearm in the deadly shooting of Zhiwen Yan, 45, on April 30.

Hirsch's brother posted the $500,000 in a certified check earlier today, though attorney Michael Horn says that the money came from his client. Bail was set at $500,000 cash or $10million in secured bond or $15million in partially secured bond, according to the Queens Chronicle

He is being forced to wear an ankle bracelet monitoring him and he's not allowed to leave his neighborhood in Jamaica, Queens and is, of course, not allowed to go anywhere near The Great Wall, the restaurant he feuded with in the buildup to the shooting. 

'Apparently there are enough people around who just hate you that I'm sure they're going to take a picture of you if they see you in an area where you should not be and send it to the court,' Queens Criminal Court Judge Kenneth Holder said.  

Glenn Hirsch, 51, from Queens, was arrested earlier this month and charged with murder and the criminal possession of a firearm in the deadly shooting of Zhiwen Yan, 45, on April 30.

Glenn Hirsch, 51, from Queens, was arrested earlier this month and charged with murder and the criminal possession of a firearm in the deadly shooting of Zhiwen Yan, 45, on April 30.

Hirsch's brother posted the $500,000 in a certified check, though attorney Michael Horn says that the money came from his client

Hirsch's brother posted the $500,000 in a certified check, though attorney Michael Horn says that the money came from his client

He is being forced to wear an ankle bracelet monitoring him and he's not allowed to leave his neighborhood in Jamaica, Queens and is, of course, not allowed to go anywhere near The Great Wall, the restaurant he feuded with in the buildup to the shooting

He is being forced to wear an ankle bracelet monitoring him and he's not allowed to leave his neighborhood in Jamaica, Queens and is, of course, not allowed to go anywhere near The Great Wall, the restaurant he feuded with in the buildup to the shooting

'Apparently there are enough people around who just hate you that I'm sure they're going to take a picture of you if they see you in an area where you should not be and send it to the court,' Queens Criminal Court Judge Kenneth Holder said

'Apparently there are enough people around who just hate you that I'm sure they're going to take a picture of you if they see you in an area where you should not be and send it to the court,' Queens Criminal Court Judge Kenneth Holder said

Hirsch is also banned from Grand Central Station, Penn Station, any PATH train station (all outlets that would allow him to leave New York City) and cannot go within a mile of any airport.  

Horn claimed to be happy with the result and maintained Hirsch's innocence. 

'I'm happy with the way things worked, I thought the judge made a nice compromise about public safety versus the rights of an individual not convicted of a crime,' Horn said. 

'Our position is that he's not the guy who did this, that that person is still out there,' he added. 'And we're going to try and find that person as much as anybody else.' 

Hirsch has nine prior arrests and while he has been in custody, a police search was conducted at the home of his wife, who he doesn't live with, during which eight guns were recovered. 

Over at Hirsch's Briarwood home, cops discovered his refrigerator packed with sweet and sour duck sauce.

'His whole refrigerator was filled with duck sauce,' a police source told the New York Daily News. 'And other condiments.'

'He's a hoarder. And when you open the refrigerator, it's like, condiments - there's duck sauce, soy sauce, ketchup.'

The source suggested the piles of condiments at his apartment on 141st Street were all a part of what was going on in Hirsch's brain that may have lead him to kill.  

'I guess in some pathology people like that take that stuff very seriously - you didn't give him enough duck sauce,' they said. 

Hirsch, who had nine prior arrests on his record, has pleaded not guilty.

Hirsch has not yet been charged with a hate crime in the case, a source of contention for some of the protesters outside Queens Supreme Court Tuesday, June 7th

Hirsch has not yet been charged with a hate crime in the case, a source of contention for some of the protesters outside Queens Supreme Court Tuesday, June 7th

Both Hirsch's mother and brother are pictured at Queens Supreme Court earlier this month

Both Hirsch's mother and brother are pictured at Queens Supreme Court earlier this month

Supporters of Zhiwen Yan, who was allegedly killed by Glenn Hirsch, 51, hold a demonstration outside Queens Supreme Court

Supporters of Zhiwen Yan, who was allegedly killed by Glenn Hirsch, 51, hold a demonstration outside Queens Supreme Court

The marchers held signs suggesting police did a poor job at protecting Yan, as well as photos of the victim

The marchers held signs suggesting police did a poor job at protecting Yan, as well as photos of the victim

The marchers held signs suggesting police did a poor job at protecting Yan, as well as photos of the victim, as well as a sign that said: 'This was a HATE

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