Cops Bought Charleston Suspect Burger King After Arrest

After police arrested Dylann Roof for the murder of nine black parishioners at a church in Charleston, officers drove him to Burger King and bought him a burger when he complained he was hungry. Before his arrest on Thursday, Roof had made a pit stop at a gas station near Charlotte, North Carolina. According to local reports, he used the station's ATM to take out some cash, then filled up his black Hyundai—the one with Confederate flag plates—and bought water and a bag of Doritos.