A New York man arrested on suspicion of murdering the longtime delivery driver of a local Chinese restaurant, in a dispute over duck sauce, has managed to raised $500,000 with the intention of posting bail early next week.
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.
On Thursday, Glenn attended a bail hearing together with his brother, Lee, who told DailyMail.com that he had a check for half-a-million dollars ready to present to the court in a bid to secure his release while awaiting trial.
Lee Hirsch, brother to suspect Glenn Hirsch, leaves Judge Daniel Lewis’ courtroom in Queens Supreme Court on Thursday having attended a bail hearing
Lee Hirsch, pictured, is said to have a check for $500,000 ready to present to the judge in a bid to have his brother released on bail
Alleged kiiler Glen Hirsch, appears for a bail…