Fast food restaurant manager is killed by former co-worker who robbed the place

Taylor Friloux and Joshua Every 
By: Feng Qian

(Scroll down for video) A young woman lost her life in a horrific attack that was carried out by her former co-worker and her friend.

Police in Louisiana, said that the suspects approached the restaurant while employees were cleaning up for the day.

They waited outside at the back door of the Raising Cane's Chicken Fingers in Kenner, until 1:20 a.m.

When an employee opened the door to take the garbage out, then men entered the restaurant.

They approached the manager, 21-year-old Taylor Friloux, and one man stabbed her as they ordered her to open the safe.

After removing all the money from the safe, they left. As they were walking out, the second man stabbed Friloux a few more times.

The thieves allegedly stole about $1,000. Friloux died of multiple stab wounds to the head, neck and chest, police said.

Police arrested three men and a woman over the incident.

Former employee Joshua Every, 23, and Gregory Donald Jr., 18, were arrested and charged with first-degree murder.

Mark Crocklen Jr., 24, and Ariana Yanni Runner, 22, were also arrested in the case.

Police said that Crocklen was the getaway driver while Runner is accused of recruiting the suspects in the robbery.