Thursday, May 1, 2014

I Know That Feeling

From A Walmart employee told a man demanding money he had none, ending a robbery attempt on the city's West Side last week as the suspect fled the store with nothing.
Police found the suspect and a female accomplice through surveillance video and arrested them on Wednesday.
Nathan Pahl, 26, Madison, and Lindsay Brey, 22, Madison, were tentative charged with attempted robbery, Madison police said in a news release.
The attempted robbery happened on April 25 at about 12:30 p.m. at Walmart, 7202 Watts Road.
Police said:
Brey allegedly drove Pahl to Walmart that day, with Pahl going into the store and handing a note to an employee.
"He claimed to have a gun and demanded money," said police spokesman Joel DeSpain. "The employee told the suspect he had no money so the suspect fled."
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A Wal-Mart employee with no cash on them?   Shocking.
If you are going to rob someone, an employee from Wal-Mart probably is not going to give you a whle lot of cash, compared to say, smeone who works at a bank... or a government employee.

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