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A date to rob or a robbery date?

By LeaAnne Klentzman

So, there’s this not so dynamic duo that wandered from their respective Richmond/Rosenberg digs, eastward across the Brazos River to the mall in Sugar Land.  They weren’t there long before they started loot’n the place.  

Yep, both he and she loaded up and split the joint with whatever they could haul…. with store employees in hot pursuit.  Now mind you, this duo is running across the parking lot headed to Town Center Boulevard when the female was captured; bagged and tagged.  The male however, well, he was not going quite so willingly…when he was almost within grasp, he punched the pursuing store employee in the chest.  Bingo! That misdemeanor theft, uh friends – he just turned that into a felony!  Can you say r-o-b-b-e-r-y!

After smacking down the store employee the fleet footed crook decided to water himself at a nearby restaurant.  Umm Hum, Someone is always watching…. And they called police and rat-t-ted him out. Busted and escorted back west across the Brazos to…the jail.  So, just what kind of date was this?

Gotcha!!

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1 Comment for “A date to rob or a robbery date?”

  1. I Think that was the perfect and most entertaining date for both of them but i was not sure that some one see the Theft and call the police! in real theft never got by the police!

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