Thursday, December 17, 2015

Police: Man robbed two stores hours apart

Police said the same robber who was hit with a machete at the Cavendish General Store on Monday held up the Irving gas station in North Springfield hours later.


  1. guessing, he needed a warm place for the winter with 3 hots and health inc.

  2. So, the question is, what is the judicial system going to do with him? Just spit him back out into society until he kills someone? Obviously, he's a desperate man with major addictions problems.

  3. the court will let him out on bail and he'll take off like the bank robber did,when will the courts learn

  4. I don't think he has gotten enough "tickets" yet to be eligible for the "Amnesty" program where you get an orange certificate (provided you fill in your last name correctly).
    Let him off so he can rack up some more and earn that Shummey award.

  5. Josh Corliss shared Frances Womble's photo.
    November 29 at 8:15pm ·

    Well, he did post "money will come to you this month" with a picture of about $14,000 cash. However the post made no mention of jail time to follow. LOL!

  6. This Monster has ruined lots of life's! How would he like his daughter or mother or close loved one robbed at gunpoint like he did? It takes a piece of a persons soul and self worth away I hope they lock him up and lose the fricken key!


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